VILNIUS - Lithuania is considering a modern science museum, which would help educate the society and increase school students’ interest in science.
The Ministry of Education and Science says the museum could open in 2018-2019, if business partners are found.
“It would be a third-generation science museum. Experience from such museums around the globe shows that they are among the most efficient ways of developing a society’s scientific culture and scientific sophistication. This can encourage young people to take interest in sciences, be curious, and beco...
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