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The following appeared December 6, 2006 in the

Community Section

Science Museum Explores Robotics.

 The South Florida Science Museum is welcoming some famous faces to it's upcoming exhibition. "Robotics" from the Carnegie Science Center will bring high-tech, interactive robotic stations for visitors of all ages to compete with and enjoy.

   The exhibition opens December 16th and runs through September 2007.

   In addition to the interactive stations, visitors will have the chance to meet the famous B9 (from "Lost in Space") and Robby the Robot replicas, courtesy of the Boca Raton based

   The South Florida Science Museum is at 4801 Dreher Trail N., West Palm Beach.

   Call 561-832-01988 for prices and information.

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