First "hot topics" exhibit at the Great Lakes Science Center will be on hydraulic fracturing

The Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland announced recently that it received $80,579 in grants from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to create a new interactive multimedia exhibit that features "hot topics" of Northeast Ohio, Crain's Cleveland Business reports. The exhibit is meant to "provide impartial, clear facts about a controversial subject to Northeast Ohio." The first exhibit will be on hydraulic fracturing.