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Temple Grandin: Pioneer for animals and autism

Autism Researcher Temple Grandin
Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Chronicle

Temple Grandin speaks during a media interview at Montana State University on Tuesday, March 5. Grandin, an autistic researcher, held two public talks regarding treatment of livestock and her experience with autism.

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Temple Grandin is something of a rock star, thanks to the unlikely combination of her autism and Hollywood’s magic.

Grandin, 65, a professor of animal science at Colorado State University, came to Bozeman on Tuesday to talk with students and the public about her work in making the treatment of livestock more humane and about autism.

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