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Amazon Adventure

Amazon Adventure: Henry Bates in Workshop.
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Amazon Adventure: Henry Bates in the Field.
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Amazon Adventure: Henry Bates and Tando.
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Amazon Adventure: Henry Bates and Alfred Wallace.
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Amazon Adventure: The Cuberta.
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Amazon Adventure: Amazon River.
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Amazon Adventure: Sloth Reach.
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Amazon Adventure: Vine Lizard.
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Amazon Adventure: Magical Forest.
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Amazon Adventure: Flower or Spider.
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Inventorium

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Wildlife Rescue

Wildlife Rescue Theatre Born To Be Wild.
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Wildlife Rescue kids milking a sturgeon.
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Wildlife Resuce entry way
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Wildlife Rescue kids at turtle crossing
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Wildlife Rescue: Fly with whooping cranes on their first migratory route.
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Wildlife Rescue: Fly with whooping cranes on their first migratory route.
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Wildlife Rescue emergency response.
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WIldlife Rescue cleaning birds after an oil spill
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Wildlife Rescue get involved with conservation.
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WIldlife Rescue conservation around the world.
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DREAM BIG: Engineering Our World

Student engineering teams from around the world build sun-powered vehicles to compete in the World Solar Challenge, a 1,500-mile race across Australia to advance solar and transportation technology.
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The Longjiang Bridge is the longest and highest suspension bridge in China. Spanning a distance almost equal to the Golden Gate Bridge, the Longjiang towers 900 feet above a river gorge in western Yunnan Province.
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France’s cable-stayed Millau Viaduct is the tallest bridge in the world, rising 1,125 feet into the clouds. It is consistently ranked as one of the greatest engineering achievements of all time. Credit: Stephen Taylor.
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Engineer Steve Burrows walks through the innovative design of the Bird’s Nest Stadium in Beijing, China. Steel beams hide supports for the retractable roof giving the stadium the appearance of a bird's nest.
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The Great Wall of China has endured for thousands of years. In Dream Big, viewers learn that in some sections of the wall, builders used sticky rice in the mortar, which enhanced its durability.
Copyright: Sophy Ru.
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Engineers work on the final pieces of the Chameau footbridge in Haiti. The Chameau Bridge will provide much-needed access to schools and medical care for isolated, rural families.
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Haitian schoolgirls are among the first to walk across the newly built Chameau Bridge in Haiti. The bridge was built by the non-profit group Bridges to Prosperity, led by Avery Bang, which brings the benefits of engineering to developing countries.
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The Falkirk Wheel, a rotating boatlift in Scotland. Lead architect Tony Kettle used a Lego model to demonstrate the mechanism to clients and funders.
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'Stinky' the robot completes a task during an underwater robot competition. The team of high school engineers at Carl Hayden High School in Phoenix, Arizona surprised everyone with their robot and their ingenuity.
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Engineer Menzer Pehlivan and a group of children enjoy a ride on a roller coaster; a feat of engineering that brings fun and thrills to people everywhere.
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The Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System is the largest solar thermal power plant in the world. Located in the Mojave Desert, the Ivanpah deploys 173,500 heliostat mirrors and has a gross capacity of 392 megawatts. Engineers in the clean tech industry look for ways to use renewable energy to help build a more sustainable future.
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An engineer performs a routine inspection of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California. The Golden Gate is a suspension bridge designed by a team of engineers in the 1930s. Up until 1964, it was the longest suspension bridge in the world.
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A close-up view of the Shanghai Tower’s aerodynamic twist, which reduces the impact of typhoon winds on this 2073-foot, 128-story structure.
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Canada 150: Discovery Way

Ontario Science Centre Board Chair, Brian Chu (left), 2016 Weston Youth Innovation Award recipient, Emma Mogus, Ontario Science Centre CEO, Maurice Bitran, and Ontario Minister of Research, Innovation and Science Reza Moridi, light the ribbon at the official launch of the Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way, a new installation that showcases a variety of Canadian scientific discoveries, inventions and innovations.
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Students from St. John XXII Catholic Elementary School in North York explore the Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way, a new installation that highlights the uniquely Canadian stories of scientific inventions and innovations.
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Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way’s Curiosity panel showcases the early Inuit innovation of snow goggles, the invention of the Flight Data Recorder, and the discovery of stem cells, and celebrates Canadian innovator George Klein, basketball developer James Naismith, and inventor Willard Boyle.
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Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way’s Courage panel focuses on the pivotal role that teamwork played in Nobel prize-winning diabetes research and neutrinos particle discoveries, and demonstrates the ingenuity behind the creation of the egg carton, the theory of plate tectonics, the construction of the electron microscope and the calculation of Pi.
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Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way’s Critical Thinking panel celebrates Canadians Elsie MacGill, the trailblazing engineer behind the Hawker Hurricane fighter aircraft; Lewis Urry, creator of the alkaline battery; Wilbur Franks, inventor of the G-suit; Marcellus Gilmore Edson, creator of peanut butter; Bill Burchmore and Jacques Plante, the men behind the fibreglass hockey mask; Hubert Reeves, stellar science communicator; and William Osler, author of The Principles and Practice of Medicine.
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Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way’s Observation panel celebrates the contributions of Canadian intellectual Marshall McLuhan, tinkerer Peter Robertson and inventor Susan Olivia Poole, and highlights the Canadian contributions behind the plastic garbage bag, Pablum, the McIntosh apple and IMAX.
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Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way’s Testing panel presents David Suzuki and lesser-known Canadian trailblazer Reginald Fessenden, who developed an early sonar device and the fathometer and was the first man to make a two-way transatlantic voice transmission. Additional profiles highlight the great Canadian stories behind the development of the Walkie Talkie and the BlackBerry.
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Ontario Science Centre’s Canada 150: Discovery Way’s Collaboration panel showcases young innovators Emma Mogus and Ann Makosinski, as well as the outstanding stories behind the invention of the light bulb, the telephone, the first cardiac pacemaker and international standard time.
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The Energy Show

The Energy Show at the Ontario Science Centre is a new theatrical presentation that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.
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Host Sean teaches about electricity with the van de Graff generator (aka the ball that makes your hair stand up) as part of The Energy Show at the Ontario Science Centre, a new theatrical presentation that uses engaging scientific
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Visitor Luke has a hair raising experience as he learns about static electricity with the van de Graff generator (aka the ball that makes your hair stand up) as part of The Energy Show at the Ontario Science Centre, a new theatrical presentation that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.
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Visitor Gwen has a hair raising experience as she learns about static electricity with the van de Graff generator (aka the ball that makes your hair stand up) as part of The Energy Show at the Ontario Science Centre, a new theatrical presentation that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.
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Visitor Gwen has a hair raising experience as she learns about static electricity with the van de Graff generator (aka the ball that makes your hair stand up) as part of The Energy Show at the Ontario Science Centre, a new theatrical presentation that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.
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The Energy Show ignites at the Ontario Science Centre as Host Sean teaches about fossil fuels by lighting methane gas bubbles.
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The Energy Show ignites at the Ontario Science Centre as Host Sean teaches about fossil fuels by lighting methane gas bubbles.
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Host Sean teaches about wind power at The Energy Show, a new theatrical presentation at the Ontario Science Centre that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.
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Researcher Rachel teaches about wind power at The Energy Show, a new theatrical presentation at the Ontario Science Centre that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.
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Host Dash teaches about solar power at The Energy Show, a new theatrical presentation at the Ontario Science Centre that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.
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Solar power is showcased at The Energy Show, a new theatrical presentation at the Ontario Science Centre that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.
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A seven-foot Tesla coil dazzles visitors at The Energy Show at the Ontario Science Centre, a new theatrical presentation that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.
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A seven-foot Tesla coil dazzles visitors at The Energy Show at the Ontario Science Centre, a new theatrical presentation that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.
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A seven-foot Tesla coil dazzles visitors at The Energy Show at the Ontario Science Centre, a new theatrical presentation that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.
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A seven-foot Tesla coil dazzles visitors at The Energy Show at the Ontario Science Centre, a new theatrical presentation that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.
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A seven-foot Tesla coil dazzles visitors at The Energy Show at the Ontario Science Centre, a new theatrical presentation that uses engaging scientific experiments to highlight the important role energy plays in our everyday lives.
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Legacy

Ontario Science Centre CEO, Maurice Bitran (centre) joins Canadian artist, Ken Hall (left) and TD Friends of the Environment Foundation Regional Manager, Carolyn Scotchmer (right), at the launch of the Ontario Science Centre’s new installation, Legacy, a life-size orca skeleton carved entirely from reclaimed cedar.
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Canadian Artist Ken Hall (left) and Ontario Minister of Research, Innovation and Science Reza Moridi at the launch of the Ontario Science Centre’s new installation, Legacy, a life-size orca skeleton carved entirely from reclaimed cedar.
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A Beautiful Planet

A stunning view of the Bahamas from the International Space Station as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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Spectacular view of the Himalayas & Everest from the International Space Station as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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An awe inspiring view of Italy from the International Space Station as explored in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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Witness an astronaut’s perspective of Spain and the Mediterranean from the International Space Station as discovered in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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An aweinspiring view of a sunrise from the International Space Station revealed in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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This image is featured in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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The frozen Great Lakes of the Midwest as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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Nighttime view of Spain and the Mediterranean as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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The view of Earth through a cupola on the International Space Station as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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Aurora lights as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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A scene from the IMAX® film A Beautiful Planet – NASA Commander Barry (Butch) Willmore on a spacewalk to repair the exterior of the International Space Station. It’s almost 300° on the sun side of the space station and 275° in the shade. © 2016 IMAX Corporation Photo courtesy of NASA.
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A scene from the IMAX® film A Beautiful Planet – NASA Commander Terry Virts exercises on a treadmill onboard the International Space Station. The crew is required to exercise at least two hours every day. © 2016 IMAX Corporation Photo courtesy of NASA.
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A scene from the IMAX® film A Beautiful Planet – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Kimiya Yui unpacks a supply of fresh fruit delivered to the International Space Station via Japan’s Kounotori 5 H11 (HTV5) unmanned cargo transfer spacecraft. © 2016 IMAX Corporation Photo courtesy of NASA.
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The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall

The Lower Climbing Wall in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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The Lower Climbing Wall in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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The Upper Climbing Wall in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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The early stages of life as seen in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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The early stages of life as seen in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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The early stages of life as seen in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Experience free diving in the Single Breath exhibit in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Experience free diving in the Single Breath exhibit in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Drs. Gary Lewis and Mary Jane Conboy in Banting and Best’s Laboratory in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Dr. Charles Tator in Head Injuries Exhibit in the AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Banting and Best’s Laboratory in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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The Glass Floor, where the perspective has been altered so you feel like you're wlaking over a bottomless pit in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Lehra was created from a mould of a 20-year-old woman, in the Mind and Body section of The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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The Visible Man is a large light box showing different views of organs, in the Mind and Body section of The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Elephant Heart exhibit in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Learning about joints and bending in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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In the Beginning in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall.
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Various Photos of Ontario Science Centre

Image of the Rainforest
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Pink Portal image
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exterior image of the Ontario Science Centre at day
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Image of the Ontario Science Centre sign on the exterior of the building
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image of children playing at the Making Faces experience
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image of the HotZone at the Ontario Science Centre
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image of girl dancing on projected image on the floor of the science centre
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Image of Cool Science Cloud
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image of Ferrofluid experience
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image of freezing demonstration
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image of a Build Your Own Roller Coaster
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image of the Challenge Zone at the Ontario Science Centre
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image of exterior of the Ontario Science Centre at night
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image of exterior of the Ontario Science Centre at night
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Image of Cool Science Demo shattering frozen flower
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Image of Papermaking Demo
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Image of Papermaking Demo
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Image of Papermaking Demo
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Image of What's The Matter Ball Explosion
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Image of What's The Matter Dragon's Breath Demo
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