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PITTSBURGH — Carnegie Science Center will host Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition from Oct. 21 through April 15. Visitors will experience the grandeur of the RMS Titanic through full-scale room re ...
A Titanic exhibit will open at the Carnegie Science Center in October. According to a news release, the exhibition will be open from Saturday, Oct. 21 until Monday, April 15, 2024. Visitors will be able to walk through full-scale room recreations and see more than 150 authentic artifacts on display.
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The Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP) is an applied science research institute composed of a partnership of institutions from around the globe, led by New York University with a consortium of universities including Carnegie Mellon, the University of Warwick, the City University of New York, the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay ...