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Boss Display Corporation 

Local Company Builds Exhibits for Children's Museums

July 14, 2013

..."For example, this month, COSI Columbus will unveil a 4,000-square-foot exhibit focusing on energy, said John Shaw, director of experience and production at the Columbus science museum. To help show kids how and why to make environmentally conscious decisions, COSI commissioned Boss to create an energy display in which children will try to fix a neighborhood blackout."

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Display Firms Aims to Create 'Whimsical Funk' for Clients

Jan 24, 2000

"Every job tests the creativity and expertise of Boss employees. A team of highly skilled cabinetmakers, electrical engineers, industrial designers and computer specialists, coupled with a unique management team, work to propel the company forward."

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Kentucky Science Center

"Testing the waters" of the latest attraction at Kentucky Science Center

July 11, 2016

"Kentucky Science Center on Great Day Live! Kids helped design the latest attraction at the Kentucky Science Center that incorporates a variety of interactive water experiments."

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Kentucky Science Center celebrates a birthday, unveils new exhibit and secures grants — all in one day

July 9, 2016

The July 7 event recognized the first year of operation of the Science in Play exhibit and revealed an exciting new water table feature at the museum. They also secured nearly $350,000 worth of grants and gifts, which will help fund a statewide touring exhibit called “Science in Play To-Go.”

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New Science Center Investments Ensure Kids 'Play With Purpose

July 8, 2016

Since opening in 2015, Science in Play has welcomed more than 200,000 visitors. “The beautiful part of loose parts play in my point of view is that it is precisely the kind of play environment that fosters the 21st century skills everyone is talking about,” Kentucky Science Center Executive Director Joanna Haas says. “Things like problem-solving, collaboration and creativity.”

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Ky Science Center Exhibit Hitting the Road

July 12, 2016

The Kentucky Science Center is celebrating the first birthday of Science in Play by taking the popular exhibit on the road. Thanks to donations from PNC and Genentech, the Science Center was able to design a smaller, mobile version called Science in Play 2-Go. It will travel to different areas of Kentucky beginning this fall.

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Kentucky Science Center Unveils New Exhibit

July 7, 2016

The Kentucky Science Center unveiled a new exhibit for kids to play with while also helping them learn. The new-and-improved water table will open to the public Saturday as the center celebrates the first anniversary of the Science in Play area.

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New Kid-Designed Water Table Exhibit to Open Saturday at Kentucky Science Center

July 7, 2016

A new exhibit at the Kentucky Science Center could get kids wet while helping them learn. The new, kid-designed water table was unveiled Thursday morning. It's larger than the water table the science center had before. It's part of $350,000 in new investments in the center's early childhood efforts. 

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LaunchPAD Museum

12 Years Later, LaunchPAD Children's Museum Comes to Life

February 6, 2016

"...One of the popular exhibits involves a moving stream of water with boats and bridges to show the impact of the Missouri River and how surrounding tributaries affect everyday life."

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Photos: LaunchPAD Children's Museum

February 4, 2016

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DoSeum

Immeasurable Fun: Kids Dig, Deduce, and Do at San Antonio's DoSeum

October 2015

"In PowerBall Hall, a nod to the old San Antonio Children’s Museum’s most popular exhibit, children play and explore with balls, shooting them out of a cannon, cramming them into a pipeline, and cranking them through machines. Or, if you’re a seven-month-old, delighting in the simple joy of watching a ball roll away."

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