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worm genes  Unlock the secrets of longevity by manipulating the genes of the nematode worm the way scientists are doing.

worm genes Unlock the secrets of longevity by manipulating the genes of the nematode worm the way scientists are doing.

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Introducing the Tesla Drone, a unique reinterpretation of drone ingenuity. Its design aesthetic was focused towards two things: redefining longevity and perception. The common issue with drones today is their lack of battery capacity, which in turn, limi…

family of musicians  Original art and music created by renown artists Jeff DeBoer and Kai Poscente were behind the magic and whimsy of these four animated family members - Hydro Mother, Solar Father, Kodo Drum Head Teenager and, of course, the irrepressible Wind Bellowing Baby. This unique family group provides the focus of four power generating stations: Hydro, Solar, Thermal and Wind generators.

Exhibiteers designs, prototypes and builds interactive museum exhibits that demonstrate a variety of scientific phenomena

sneezers  Why are biological excretions important to us? Take your nose for instance or more specifically your nasal passage. It produces a mucus, a very sticky substance, that captures and surrounds potentially harmful air born particles before they reach your lungs. When you sneeze, it's your body's way of clearing your nasal passages and getting rid of those collected particles. Experience a sneeze or two and find out more!

Exhibiteers designs, prototypes and builds interactive museum exhibits on a variety of scientific themes

Tai Chi Stances  This is a companion piece to the Tai Chi Movement, both of which promote gentle, low impact exercise. The Tai Chi figures each demonstrate one of five traditional stances. This was a companion piece to the Secrets of Aging traveling exhibit.

Exhibiteers designs, prototypes and builds interactive museum exhibits that demonstrate a variety of scientific phenomena

harmonograph  Visitors create an endless variety of patterns by varying the pendulum starting conditions and by lowering and raising the pen at will. Our Harmonograph design, a first for museums and science centers, finally provides a safe way for visitors to directly interact with two heavy pendulums. The visual experience is truly mesmerizing.

Exhibiteers designs, prototypes and builds interactive museum exhibits that demonstrate a variety of scientific phenomena

immunology  How does the body protect itself from foreign invaders. Try to detect the subtle differences in spheres that the body does so easily.

immunology How does the body protect itself from foreign invaders. Try to detect the subtle differences in spheres that the body does so easily.

emg muscle probe  How does your brain control your muscles to make them work? Use Muscle Probe to investigate the electrical impulses that do the job.

emg muscle probe How does your brain control your muscles to make them work? Use Muscle Probe to investigate the electrical impulses that do the job.

dance of the fibers  This mesmerizing display demonstrates, in slow motion, a process that normally cannot be seen in any other way: open air yarn spinning. Fibres are magically drawn up by the spinning impeller and assemble into a central structure resembling a loosely spun yarn only to be dispersed at the top, fall to the bottom and be drawn up once again in an endless dance of fibers.

Exhibiteers designs, prototypes and builds interactive museum exhibits that demonstrate a variety of scientific phenomena

mostly water  Why do we need clean water? See how much of your body is just water to know why. A 6 foot glass tube fills with the approximate amount of water in your body. Visitors select male, female or child under 7 years of age to begin.

mostly water Why do we need clean water? A 6 foot glass tube fills with the approximate amount of water in your body. Visitors select male, female or child under 7 years of age to begin.

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