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September 7th, 2006

Milwaukee unveils interactive museum

Abstract:
Discovery World, which formerly was located in the Milwaukee Public Museum, is now comprised of two buildings. The Aquatarium's focus is water and its inhabitants. The Technology Building specializes in nanotechnology and biomimicry, as well as robotics, computers and basic scientific principles.

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