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Science North's fourth floor re-imagined

Friday, March 01, 2019 9:21 AM | Anonymous member

Science North turns 35 years young this year and to celebrate, officials have unveiled a renewed fourth floor, filled with all new fun, engaging and creative experiences that will inspire visitors to innovate, build skills, and complete meaningful projects and challenges using digital fabrication, coding, crafting, engineering and electronics.

The THINK project – this major renewal of the science centre’s fourth level – is the largest investment in this space in its 35-year history.

“Over the past 35 years Science North has excited, enlightened and inspired the minds of many,” Nickel Belt MP Marc Serre said. “With the opening of the THINK project it is sure to continue to do so for many generations to come. This state-of-the-art facility is where innovation and imagination collide, which will open opportunity for youth to grow, learn and aspire in Greater Sudbury and in the six Northern Ontario communities included in the program expansion. Our government believes in creating opportunities and investing in our youth; by all accounts the THINK project will do just that.”

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