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Boise's hands-on science museum.
http://www.scidaho.org/
provides hands-on scientific learning for youth and adults based around the work of Dr. Harold Edgerton.
http://www.edgerton.org/
science centre concentrating on nature and technology, the environment, and health.
http://www.experimentarium.dk/
will provide an in-depth explanation of many of the significant events and resources of the Northeast Montana area.
http://www.fortpeck.com/
seeks to promote and encourage interest in mathematics for everyone. Offers hands-on exhibits and workshops for all age groups.
http://www.mathmuseum.org/
interactive science museum.
http://www.greatscience.com/
a proposed nonprofit science, math, and education center with hands-on interactive exhibits and related programs and services.
http://www.gcsec.org/
central institution for research and documentation of Greenland's cultural history.
http://www.natmus.gl/
dedicated to science education with interactive exhibits, live animals and special programs for all ages.
http://www.hscbemidji.org/
offers 500 years of history of the world's second largest mercury mine, natural park with dams for mine operation, and WW II preserved hospital.
http://www.muzej-idrija-cerkno.si/
where the general public can walk aboard an authentic offshore drilling rig, the renowned 'Mr. Charlie.'
http://www.rigmuseum.com/
collection of steam pumping engines, including the largest working beam engine in the world.
http://www.kbsm.org/
the DaimlerChrysler project for EXPO 2000. A laboratory for technology and mobility including minirobots and interactive devices.
http://www.lab01.com/
exhibits, educational programs, shows, camp-ins, IMAX theater, online learning resources, and more for the exploration of nature, humanity, and technology.
http://www.lsc.org/
the only museum in the world dedicated solely to the history of the magic lantern, the earliest form of slide projector.
http://www.magiclanterns.org/