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As seen in the hacker message found on ApertureScience.com referring to the lock-down, the remaining employees continue working, as they are said to be working on twenty-year-old equipment. The construction of an Enrichment Center is also mentioned, suggesting that the Aperture Laboratories house several of them.
Aperture Science was founded as Aperture Fixtures in the early 1940s by Cave Johnson. Aperture Fixtures was primarily dedicated to the manufacture and distribution of shower curtains \u2013 a low-tech portal between the inside and outside of a shower \u2013 with Cave Johnson winning the \u201cShower Curtain Salesman of 1943\u201d award.
GLaDOS flooded the enrichment center with a deadly neurotoxin, killing most of the scientists. Aperture Science was effectively shut down and placed into a permanent testing cycle by GLaDOS.
Aperture Science is assumed to have already been taken over by Glados at the time of Half-Life 2. We don't know that anything specific happens in it at that time. As this website notes, no one really knows during what year the events or Portal take place.
1974 \u2013 Aperture Founder and CEO, Cave Johnson, is exposed to mercury while secretly developing a dangerous mercury-injected rubber sheeting from which he plans to manufacture seven deadly shower curtains to be given as gifts to each member of the House Naval Appropriations committee.
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Built in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, USA sometime after the founding of Aperture Science in 1943, the Aperture Laboratories is the main headquarters for the company.
The main facility is the Aperture Science Enrichment Center, located in Upper Michigan, with at least one other base of operations in Cleveland, Ohio.
Built in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, USA sometime after the founding of Aperture Science in 1943, the Aperture Laboratories is the main headquarters for the company.
The salt mine is composed of nine vertical shafts, each at least 2500 meters deep and hundreds of meters in length.
The salt mine is composed of nine vertical shafts, each at least 2500 meters deep and hundreds of meters in length.

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