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November 27th, 2004
Museum's technology center gets $6.5m grant
The Museum of Science will receive $6.5 million in federal money to aid its expansion of a technology and engineering center aimed at making the museum a national model for promoting technological advancement.
The money will be used to design displays on energy and the environment, nanotechnology, information technology, biology, and medicine and drug research.
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