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Students Help Imagine Smithsonian Exhibit

At the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington, some students are learning about human bones, while others are making "alien" microcreatures. Friends Ben and Nate are looking at an insect through a microscope. These young volunteers are among the first students to test a new interactive exhibit at the museum that is especially designed for their age group. The learning center, called Q?rius (pronounced “curious”), features hands-on and multi-media...

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