MIT museum renovated

Aug. 27, 2007
School hopes $3 million in improvements will raise profile of facility.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is completing a $3 million expansion of its museum. It is knocking out the ground-floor walls and replacing them with plate glass that will shine a light on the school's latest research. The new gallery will eschew historical exhibits to focus on cutting-edge projects including a stackable electric car, new-generation robots that explore the ocean floor, and tropical fish that are helping scientists in the search for a cancer cure.

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