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The New York Hall of Science became a DIYer's paradise this weekend, as World Maker Faire New York, a two-day event dedicated to the celebration of science,…Read More »









technology and innovation, kicked off in Queens. Here, Maker Faire attendees try out an interactive percussive instrument made out of recycled materials on Sept. 21, 2013.   Less «
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