Archive of posts tagged "Science World"

3D Printing Weekends at Science World

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If you’re looking for something fun to do this upcoming Spring Break, consider checking out Science World’s Machines and Me weekend events programming where 3D printing will be showcased. Photo credit: John Biehler on Flickr I’ll be bringing a bunch of 3D printers (along with their owners from 3D604) down to the Dyson Innovation Lab […]

Vancouver Icons: Science World

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Its recognizable dome lights our nights with a twinkle, and maybe even a Jack O’Lantern pattern at Halloween. Within its walls we learn about physics, engineering, chemistry, humans, animals, and the rest of the known universe. Science World (at Telus World of Science) is another one of the city’s most-photographed landmarks, by visitors and local […]

Science World Teen Events: SWEET

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Science World at TELUS World of Science has always been a place for young and old to learn and have fun. Now, they’re reaching out to teens through their SWEET programming (Science World Extravagant Evenings for Teens) with special events aimed at youth ages 13 to 18. Photo credit: Wynonna on Flickr – Submitted to […]

Expo86 25th Anniversary Party at Science World

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It’s been 25 years since Vancouver hosted the world for Expo86, complete with gondolas, a monorail, our new SkyTrain, boom boats, and pavilions. To celebrate, Vancouver is Awesome has teamed up with Yelp to throw a fitting bash at Science World on May 6th. Photo: DBarefoot What: Expo 86 Quarter Century Look-back Party Including films, […]