Maria Renzelli, a submarine staff educator, left, tells students about the engine room with a touch screen display on the USS Requin at the Carnegie Science Center. Thanks to speakers under the WWII-era submarine’s deck and a multimedia interface, visitors can learn the science behind a submarine and how living on one sounded and felt.
Maria Renzelli, a submarine staff educator, left, tells students about the engine room with a touch screen display on the USS Requin at the Carnegie Science Center. Thanks to speakers under the WWII-era submarine’s deck and a multimedia interface, visitors can learn the science behind a submarine and how living on one sounded and felt. AP file photo
Maria Renzelli, a submarine staff educator, left, tells students about the engine room with a touch screen display on the USS Requin at the Carnegie Science Center. Thanks to speakers under the WWII-era submarine’s deck and a multimedia interface, visitors can learn the science behind a submarine and how living on one sounded and felt. AP file photo

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Road Trip Guide: Carnegie Science Center

May 26, 2014 12:00 AM

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