The Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci (MUST) was founded in 1953 and is the largest science museum in Italy. Every year, its collection of 15.000 historical objects displayed in permanent exhibitions and 14 “Interactive Labs” – experimental learning spaces inviting visitors to engage actively with science and technology – welcome more than 500.000 visitors, among which 4.500 school groups.
MUST also carries out research and develops methodologies, tools and educational activities for the involvement and participation of different audiences – especially the younger generations – in learning experiences and training on science, technology and on their role in society and everyday life. It is a space that encourages dialogue and collaboration between the world of research, production, citizens, institutions, schools, and other museums.
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Build together not only the answer, but the way you build the question
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