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Dr. Max Liboiron’s BabyLegs project inspired a meaningful discussion on microplastic pollution, said Michelle Cheng, manager, Integration Level Education Programs at Cooper Hewitt. Note the Statue of Liberty in the background.

Dr. Max Liboiron’s BabyLegs project inspired a meaningful discussion on microplastic pollution, said Michelle Cheng, manager, Integration Level Education Programs at Cooper Hewitt. Note the Statue of Liberty in the background.

Dr. Max Liboiron’s BabyLegs project inspired a meaningful discussion on microplastic pollution, said Michelle Cheng, manager, Integration Level Education Programs at Cooper Hewitt. Note the Statue of Liberty in the background.


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