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Science centers and museums celebrate ISCSMD 2019

1 month ago   |   By ASTC

From original videos to free admission days to special family activities, museums marked International Science Center and Science Museum Day in a wide variety of ways:
Domus, Museos Científicos Coruñeses in A Coruña, Spain, opened a new exhibit, Bocados , with several activities on water, equality, and health: preparing meals, an interactive screen display, and origami.
Mid-Hudson Children's Museum in Poughkeepsie, New York, marked the day with special activities to promote awareness around global sustainability and climate resilience.

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