Danielle Waller of the Louisville Science Center talks about the exhibits there and the history of the center, from its beginnings in 1871 as a “cabinet of curiosities” to the modern, hands-on museum of today. She also discusses the museum’s role in educating teachers. Interview conducted by Candyce Clifft.
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