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Exhibition Details

Exhibition Name:

New Eyes on the Universe

Description: This interactive exhibit tells the story of the Nobel Prize winning results from SNO and the current experiments underway at SNOLAB. Scientists from SNO and SNOLAB worked closely with the design team at Science North in Sudbury to create the exhibit. SNOLAB is an expansion of the facilities constructed for SNO located in Creighton Mine, an operational mine in Sudbury, Ontario. “Vale is very proud to host SNOLAB at our operations in Sudbury and we are honoured to be part of this exhibit to showcase how mysteries are being unlocked beneath the earth at Creighton Mine,” said Stuart Harshaw, Vice President of Vale’s Ontario Operations. “We hope everyone in London and around the world enjoys this fantastic display.” The exhibit includes 40 panels with spectacular images, video kiosks that invite visitors to explore, artifacts that offer a first hand look at unique detector components and a life sized video “presenter” of Nobel laureate Art McDonald describing the discoveries of SNO, new SNOLAB experiments and his take on the future. The awarding of the Nobel Prize to Art McDonald and Takaaki Kajita is also featured along with stories of inspiration for young scientists.
Category: Science & Technology
Primarily Consists Of: Text/Graphic Panels
Cost: CAD $20,000(Discounted rate for Fall 2019)
Size: 1,100sq ft
Venue Length: Flexible
Availability: Fall 2019
Special Requirements:
Previous Venues:
- Canada House, London England
- Deep River Town Hall, Deep River, ON
- Queen's University, Kingston, ON
- Carleton University, Ottawa, ON
- Ontario Science Centre, Toronto, ON
Organization: Science North
Contact: Maggie Sheehan
Address: 100 Ramsey Lake Road, Sudbury , P3E 5S9 Canada
Phone: 1 800 461 4898 x296
Fax: 705-522-4954
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