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What You Might Have Missed – Member Events
October 13, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

By Kim Vera, HMNS Membership Copywriter   In August and September we had plenty events to help ease your summer blues and celebrate the beginning of the fall season. Here’s a recap in case you missed out. And be on the lookout for your HMNS weekly newsletter because we are planning a lot of exciting […]

LEGO: The building blocks of science
October 8, 2008 · 5 Comments

Our guest blogger today is Ian Wilkinson, one of the museum’s IT geniuses. Besides being a computer guru, he is an avid science fan and a LEGO enthusiast. Put the two together, and…  As a life-long fan of both Lego bricks and science, I was thrilled when the announcement for the “Brick Science” contest was posted […]



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