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Corrosion: The Silent Menace

Corrosion The Silent Menace exhibitRust is a big problem for bridges, ships, and other metal structures. It’s also a fascinating challenge for engineers and scientists, as middle and high school visitors to “Corrosion: The Silent Menace,” a new exhibit at the Orlando Science Center in Florida, will discover.

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Resource: Da Vinci Traveling Exhibit

Da Vinci: The Genius Traveling ExhibitGrande Exhibitions and the Anthropos Association have created a traveling exhibit called Da Vinci: The Genius. The exhibit incorporates images by French Scientific Engineer Pascal Cotte and his 25 revelations on the Mona Lisa, reproductions of Leonardo’s codices and most famous renaissance art, a collection of anatomical sketches, the Anghiari Battle Preparatory Drawings, and animations in 3D/HD of The Last Supper, the Vitruvian Man, and the creation of the Mona Lisa and the Sforza Horse Sculpture. It also features an informative audio guide, student workshop areas, a theatre, and a retail shop for Leonardo Da Vinci merchandise.

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Traveling Exhibit: Products that Empower

The Spring 2010 Design Revolution Road Show is a traveling exhibition and lecture series bringing “product design that empowers” to 25 U.S.high schools and universities. The road show features a biodiesel-powered truck and Airstream trailer exhibition of 40 humanitarian design solutions, sponsored by Project H Design. The products will be on view at every stop for visitors to experience, use, and touch; each is a smart design solution to one of eight issues: Water, Well-Being, Energy, Education, Play, Food, Mobility, Enterprise.

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Exhibit: African-American Imprint, L.A., Calif.

The America I Am – The African-American Imprint exhibition is currently on view at the California Science Center Exposition Park in Los Angeles, CA, from October 30, 2009 to April 10, 2010. Celebrating nearly 500 years of African American contributions, the exhibition presents a historical continuum of pivotal moments in courage, conviction, and creativity that solidifies the undeniable imprint of African Americans across the nation and around the world.

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