MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- A Madison museum is featuring an exhibit that celebrates Wisconsin's creativity.
"Wisconsin Innovations: From the Iconic to the Unexpected," opens Saturday at the Wisconsin Historical Museum.
Innovations from Wisconsin include vitamin D in milk, stem-cell technology, the snowmobile and the surfboard.
The exhibit also highlights the work of Wisconsin natives such as architect Frank Lloyd Wright and musical innovator Les Paul.
It's organized into sections like "Sports and Leisure," "Pop Culture," "Business and Industry," "Big Ideas" and "Local Flavor."
It will run through at least through next summer.
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