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New miSci exhibit aims to make science fun

Price Chopper CEO, Neil Golub, and miSci Executive Director, Mac Sudduth interact with a Avalanche display piece, during the sneak peek on "Notion of Motion" hands on exhibit that will open to the public on Saturday. This exhibit shows how movements of the earth's surface build mountains, while wind and rain wear them away in a miniature landscape that appears and disappears while being rotated.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Price Chopper CEO, Neil Golub, and miSci Executive Director, Mac Sudduth interact with a Avalanche display piece, during the sneak peek on "Notion of Motion" hands on exhibit that will open to the public on Saturday. This exhibit shows how movements of the earth's surface build mountains, while wind and rain wear them away in a miniature landscape that appears and disappears while being rotated.
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Discover the “Notion of Motion” at the Museum of Innovation and Science’s newest exhibit, opening Saturday. The exhibit was brought in from San Francisco’s Exploratorium Museum, a museum of science, art, and human perception known worldwide for its hands-on approach to learning. The exhibit will be in Schenectady until next June and features 30 different experiences in the world of motion. The interactive exhibit is almost completely user-operated. With the turn of a crank, pull ...


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