Michael G. Littman
Do you want to help the public learn about optics? Entering OSA's Science Museum Competition may be your ticket. One of last year's entries is now part of a major traveling exhibit about the brain. Developed by a team at the Franklin Institute Science Museum, the exhibit, "It's all in your head," opened for its first three-month installment in Philadelphia in mid-June. After Philadelphia, the exhibit will tour many major U.S. cities, including Minneapolis-St. Paul, Boston, Chicago, and Los Angeles.
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Publish Date: 01 July 1992
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