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May 31st, 2005

Of boys and ducks, odd ducks and quantum ducks

Abstract:
Duckboy in Nanoland, a video game at the Science Museum in London with an online counterpart at www.sciencemuseum.org.uk, has made a splash among physicists and philistines alike. The online game recorded 1,500 players within its first three weeks, and the video game in the museum's gallery chalked up even more, according to Natasha Waterson, a content developer at the museum.

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