"MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition comes to Reuben H. Fleet Science Center"

“MythBusters: The Explosive Exhibition challenges learners of all ages to use scientific methods to expose the truth behind their favorite myths. . .In their quest for truth at the Fleet Science Center, visitors will engage with hands-on, interactive experiments and become scientists to test their curiosity-driven hypotheses with inventive-and out-of-the-box-methods.”  said Steve Snyder, CEO of the Fleet Science Center. 

"Co-Hosts of ‘MythBusters’ Give Thumbs-Up to New Fleet Exhibition"  - Times of San Diego

"Meet Geoffrey Curley of The Great Fermentation" - Voyage Chicago

"Every story told in the exhibition is about the myriad of unique elements that make up wine. Then, it’s those sample people to tell the stories and bring to life the culture of famous winemakers and world’s most famous vineyards. It’s an adventure from start to finish, helping people along the way to see the world of wine through a new lens." - Geoffrey Curley, Principal at GMC+A

"See the Unexpected Tool Used for Discovery's Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony" - BizBash

"It’s not easy to capture the attention of children, but Princess Cruises and Discovery Channel found a way at a July 17 event. To celebrate the cruise line's newly redesigned youth- and teen-focused Camp Discovery centers, Princess Cruises, in partnership with Discovery Communications, staged a ribbon-cutting using liquid nitrogen." - BizBash

"Powerhouse Museum Sherlock Holmes exhibition unites science, literature ... and blood" - The Sydney Morning Herald

"The exhibition is a triumph of Victorian rationalism, neogothic chic and steampunk attitude. Central to the exhibition is solving a crime, a murder no less. You must deduce from simple facts how the police got their theories so wrong using the latest techniques of 19th century science: optics, botany, cosmetics, photography, ballistics and telegraphy." - The Sydney Morning Herlad

And checkout Geoffrey Curley's interview with ABC Radio (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

"Entering World of Literature’s Great Sleuth" - New York Times

 “We are a hands-on science museum and are attracted to shows that present hands-on science in concert with authentic artifacts, he said. “That put this [“The International Exhibition of Sherlock Holmes"], right in our sweet spot.” - Josh Keller, current Director of Production and Exhibits at the Center of Science and Industry (COSI Columbus)