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Cambridge fair shows how to celebrate science

Seth Riskin (left) and Allan Doyle of the MIT Museum installed a camera for a holography gallery for the science festival. Seth Riskin (left) and Allan Doyle of the MIT Museum installed a camera for a holography gallery for the science festival. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
By Carolyn Y. Johnson
Globe Staff / April 23, 2010

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When the Cambridge Science Festival kicks off tomorrow with a laser light show and science carnival, local residents will not be the only ones showing up for nine days of events that range from lunching with Nobel laureates to a geology-based treasure hunt. (Full article: 714 words)

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