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Ucko started his career as a scientist, receiving his B.A. from Columbia and Ph.D. from Mass. Institute of Technology in chemistry and then teaching college chemistry at Antioch College and City University of NY. He has published research papers in inorganic and bio-inorganic chemistry and authored two college chemistry textbooks.

He has spent most of his career in museums that have had science as a major focus, developing innovative exhibits as Vice President for Programs at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry and Deputy Director for the California Museum of Science and Industry (now California Science Center) in Los Angeles. Examples he produced are "Inquiry," a National Science Foundation-funded exhibit on the process of science and "Everyday Chemistry " on the process and applications of chemistry. Following these roles, he spearheaded development of Science City at Union Station in Kansas City and served as director for a new National Academy of Sciences museum.

Ucko is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

 

 

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