Under the shadow of the Cold War-era Titan II and Atlas rockets set up outside the New York Hall of Science, this weekend’s World Maker Faire extravaganza was, more than anything, a tribute to the more colorful fringes of hands-on innovation, science, and engineering. And the “makers” who populated its tents and booths wanted nothing more than to get the thousands of children in attendance interested in physics, engineering, biology, and even metalwork.
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