Ann Arbor Exhibits

From MLive:

The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum has introduced three new exhibits this summer, each of which offers children of all ages an opportunity to explore and interact with science. H2Oh! allows visitors to learn about fluid motion and changing the direction of water flow. The museum’s Nano exhibit explores nanoscale science, engineering, and technology and uses magnets to show what happens when certain particles are manipulated and gives visitors the opportunity to model carbon atoms. L is for Laser combines lasers, art, wordplay, language, typography and music through pieces of laser art that project patterns that react to the movement of visitors.