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February 20th, 2010

Savor maple syrup time in Ohio: Travel in 3s

Abstract:
While you're in Dayton, consider also visiting the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery to check out the exhibit "Too Small to See." You'll learn how nanotechnology reveals just what things are made of, and see everyday objects go from teeny to tiny to nano. And, you can dissolve a virtual crystal and pull apart a virtual RNA molecule with your hands. The museum is at 2600 DeWeese Parkway, and the exhibit runs through Sunday, May 2. Admission is $8.50 ($7.50 for those 60 and older and children 2-12, free for under 2). Call 937-275-7431 or go to boonshoftmuseum.org.

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