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Who Says Science Can't Be Fun? Playing The Odds Sign Of The Times Bridging The Gap The Invisible Professor The organizers of next month's annual meeting of the Association of Science-Technology Centers in Orlando, Fla., have made a bold bid to boost attendance by including in the registration packet a one-day pass for three popular theme parks in the area -- Universal Studios, EPCOT Center, and Sea World. The ploy is one way for ASTC, an association of more than 300 museums and affiliated insti

The Scientist Staff
Sep 16, 1990

  • Who Says Science Can't Be Fun?
  • Playing The Odds
  • Sign Of The Times
  • Bridging The Gap
  • The Invisible Professor The organizers of next month's annual meeting of the Association of Science-Technology Centers in Orlando, Fla., have made a bold bid to boost attendance by including in the registration packet a one-day pass for three popular theme parks in the area -- Universal Studios, EPCOT Center, and Sea World. The ploy is one way for ASTC, an association of more than 300 museums and affiliated institutions dedicated to increasing public understanding of science, to make sure that participants experience the slogan of this year's meeting-- Making Science Memorable. For more information on the meeting, to be held Oct. 13-16, contact: ASTC, 1413 K St., N.W., 10th Floor, Dept. 47, Washington, D.C. 20005-3405, or call (202) 371-1171.

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