Designed around an interactive quest, the exhibition invites visitors to experience the innovative processes that give rise to Indigenous knowledge by observing nature as a source of inspiration, listening to bearers of knowledge, experimenting with scientific principles, and sharing acquired knowledge by passing it on to others.
Under the Arctic: Digging into Permafrost will allow visitors to enter the world of the Western Hemisphere’s only permafrost research tunnel and take in sights and sounds that are usually hidden underground.
Go behind the scenes and see what it takes to be a Guinness World Record title holder. Hear the stories of those who set out to break new ground and succeeded. Learn the secrets, then try it yourself. Challenge your friends, your family, your foes, your classmates, or even other visitors.
Science North and Dynamic Earth are situated in Robinson Huron Treaty territory and the traditional and ancestral lands of Atikameksheng Anishnawbek and Wahnapitae First Nation. Science North also operates a satellite base in the Robinson Superior Treaty territory within the traditional lands of Fort William First Nation. We give thanks to the Indigenous peoples who have been stewards of this land since time immemorial and pay respect to their traditions, ways of knowing, and acknowledge their many contributions to innovations in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. We also recognize the Metis Nation of Ontario for their cultural and economic contributions to our province and beyond.
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