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We were recently joined over 80 elementary school kids in for the Maker Experience! Students got to try their hand at things like 3D printing, soldering, laser cutting, coding and robotics. Read about all the fun here:
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The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity. Sept 20–30 is Global Week to - check out what's being done around the world at
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Want to ask the pilots and crew of the 🇬🇧's a question? Comment below with your question and we will ask them at our Q&A session tomorrow
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Want to learn more CAT FACTS? Cats & Dogs is now open! Learn more at
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Science World 13h
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Ever wonder why catnip lulls felines into a trance? The herb contains a chemical compound called nepetalactone that triggers the typical behaviours you associate with the wacky kitty weed, including sniffing, head shaking, head rubbing, and rolling around on the ground.
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Approximately 70% of a cat’s life is spent asleep, but for cats, "asleep" is not "off the clock." Cats are always on the alert, even when they're dozing (although they may not look like it).
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Science World 13h
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A cat has the ability to rotate their ears 180 degrees–with the help of 32 muscles that they use to control them.
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Cats only use their meows to talk to humans, not each other. The only time they meow to communicate with other felines is when they are kittens, to signal to their mother.
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Scientists don’t quite know why cats purr, but one hypothesis is that the sound frequency of purring—between 25 and 150 Hertz—can improve bone density and promote healing.
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Doug Herbert Sep 21
What a treat it is to introduce my son to ⁦⁩ and to reintroduce myself to it 25 years or so since I last had visited. So many awesome changes here and an old fav-the giant tree.
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Science World Sep 22
The dome lights will be blue tonight for . Join us as we raise awareness on the importance of prostate health. Let's keep the conversation going!
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Science World Sep 22
Cats & Dogs opens TODAY! Come immerse yourself and see, hear and feel what your furry, and not-so-furry, friends experience on a daily basis. Is it a cat’s life or a dog’s life? Cats & Dogs sniffs out the amazing facts and lets you be the judge!
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Science World Sep 21
The dome lights will be blue tonight in support of World Alzheimer's Day. Together we can raise awareness and challenge the stigma that surrounds dementia.
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Science World Sep 21
Meet the local heroes who are keeping our communities safe. First Responders Weekend runs September 28–29. Learn more at
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Science World Sep 21
Join GardenWorks and in the Science Park from 11am–2pm today and learn all about planting cover crops and garlic, plus some other winter gardening tricks!
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Science World Sep 20
The dome lights will be green tonight in support of International Clean Up Days
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Listed Vancouver Sep 20
An exhibit dedicated entirely to cats and dogs is coming to 🐶🐱
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Science World Sep 20
Five reasons to see Cats & Dogs, via
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Science World Sep 20
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