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Walter P. Chrysler Museum Dodge Viper Exhibition

The Walter P. Chrysler Museum proudly presents Born to Race: Dodge Viper Racing Heritage May 4 – Aug. 29 in Boss Chrysler’s Garage. The special exhibition showcases eight concept and production models that played a pivotal role in the vehicle’s storied history. Complete with an historical timeline and highlight labels detailing each vehicle, Born to […]

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Celebrity Director makes a Fun Inspection at the National Railway Museum

Celebrity Director makes a Fun Inspection at the National Railway Museum

Staff at the National Railway Museum (NRM) in York have been working extremely hard organising steam rides, rehearsing science shows and making sure there are plenty of supplies for the Museum’s free craft activities in preparation for a very important visit from their celebrity boss – seven year old director of fun, Sam Pointon. Sam […]

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New Exhibition Opens at The National Tramway Museum

A new exhibition in the The National Tramway Museum opened Good Friday, 2nd April 2010. The ‘Century of Trams Exhibition’ takes visitors on a fascinating journey through a hundred years of tramway development and coincides with 150th anniversary of trams in Britain. Funding for the project has come from the Wolfson Foundation (£150k) and the […]

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Museum of Science and Industry Announces Plans for Stem Cells and Regenerative Science Exhibit

Cryo-Cell International Inc. a global leader of innovative stem cell solutions and stem cell cryopreservation services, today announced plans to partner with Museum of Science & Industry (MOSI) in the development and launch of an interactive educational exhibit on stem cells and regenerative science. Cryo-Cell is one of the most established private family cord blood […]

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Siemens Supports Climate Science Gallery at the Science Museum

The Science Museum, London, has today announced details of a new climate science gallery and supporting programme of events which will provide up-to-date, accurate information about the science of climate change. Andreas J Goss, Chief Executive, Siemens plc said: “Siemens is delighted to be a principal sponsor to this important climate science gallery. Climate change […]

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North Museum Science and Engineering Fair

Two faculty members of Harrisburg University of Science and Technology will serve as judges during the 57th North Museum Science & Engineering Fair scheduled for March 23-25, in Lancaster. Dr. Joseph Cannon, associate professor of computer and information sciences, and Dr. Mrunalini Pattarkine, associate professor of biotechnology, will judge various exhibits during the event, which […]

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Fort Worth Museum of Science and History Gets Green Energy

The Fort Worth Museum of Science and History is now partially powered by the sun, thanks to Green Mountain Energy Company and its customers. Green Mountain, Texas’ first retail electric provider to offer cleaner energy, donated a solar array system to the Museum. The new solar array will help reduce the Museum’s carbon footprint and […]

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Simply Ford at the National Motor Museum Beaulieu

The first Beaulieu ‘Simply Ford’ event takes place on Sunday 2nd May and promises to be a great day out for all Ford enthusiasts. All Ford owners are invited to come to Beaulieu in their vehicle and become part of the event. Any model is welcome, from the new Focus RS to the old MK […]

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Plantastic! A fun new interactive science exhibition at World Museum Liverpool

Plantastic! A fun new interactive science exhibition at World Museum Liverpool

A fun new interactive science exhibition reveals the wonderful world of plants from trees and shrubs to fruit and vegetables and flowers and herbs – and shows how they interact with people, animals, insects and each other. ‘Plantastic!’ Open 13 February – 5 September 2010 is aimed at 7 to 14-year-olds and their families with […]

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