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Of cars and conservation – what museums can teach us about innovation?

If you ever get the chance to visit The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in Dearborn, MI, next to Detroit, you should go. Founded by Henry Ford in the late 1920s, The Henry Ford – as the museum is called for short – is apparently the largest indoor-outdoor museum in the US. Unfortunately, when we went to the museum in mid-March, its outdoor section was still closed, but even the indoor part was impressive on its own – both in size and as a set of exhibitions. To me it brought home the fact that understanding both language and…

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