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Before becoming an English skills trainer, I worked on exhibitions presenting cultural history. My teaching and translating work since has made me curious about science. This summer we visited the wonderful Exploratorium in San Fransisco and saw the interactive exhibit they set up for the America’s Cup. That has fired my imagination and whetted my appetite. I’d love to get back into the field of exhibitions.

Here Exploratorium co-director Paul Doherty explains an exhibit showing what makes a boat sail faster than the wind.

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