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RPI architecture students hoping to help miSci stand out

The entrance to the Museum of Innovation and Science, formerly the Schenectady Museum, off Nott Terrace in Schenectady is shown Tuesday.
The entrance to the Museum of Innovation and Science, formerly the Schenectady Museum, off Nott Terrace in Schenectady is shown Tuesday.
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If you don’t know exactly where miSci is, there’s a good chance you’ll drive right by it. The former Schenectady Museum is hidden on top of a hill above Nott Terrace, and the entrance is tough to spot, despite a large sign. But that could change. A group of about 60 second-year architecture students from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute spent their fall semester coming up with design schemes that could transform the dated, brick, hard-to-see building ...


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