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WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — A nation-wide education exhibit comes to the Port City.

The Cape Fear Museum hosts Nano Days.

Kids learned hands on about nanoscale science and engineering.

They interacted with experiments like Electroplating where kids got to make a nickle look like a penny

Third grader Max Kerrigan says he likes getting out of the classroom to learn more about science.

“Oh it’s way different.” Max said, “We don’t do this kind of science stuff. The science there is kind of boring compared to this.”

Nano days takes place nationally through April 6th.

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  • guesty

    And then the dumbocrats come and take that money and give it to a welfare slug in exchange for future votes.

  • Guest Vader

    Hmmmmmmmm………kids learning how to shrink money…making nickels look like pennies. Hate to break the news, but Republicans have been doing this for years, but with much larger denominations.


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