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Intel has put together an interactive Web preview of the £50 million Wellcome Wing which opens at the Science Museum at the end of June. The wing, which has taken 10 years to develop and build, and cost £50 million, is dedicated to providing information on contemporary science. Intel helped sponsor the wing to the tune of £1.5 million. The site, which can be found here, was put together by Intel and allows visitors to "fly through" the four main areas covering digital technology, biomedicine, future science and hot topics in science. The Science Museum said that the Web site will be expanded as individual displays are added. You don't need a Pentium III to visit the Science Museum site, there are 2D and 3D versions available too. ®

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