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Where can you go from icy tundra to a warm equatorial climate just by going down the hall? Where can you experience the inky darkness of a moonless night and near-blinding light of day in a span of seconds, yet never leave the confines of a building? If you’re on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, the answer is the Biotron. “We replicate conditions from as far around the globe as possible,” said Dr. Hannah Carey, Biotron director. “Our labs can go from as dry as a desert to as humid as a moist tropical fog. We have acclimatized