Science World British Columbia is a not-for-profit organization that engages British Columbians in science and inspires future science and technology leadership throughout our province.
The Ken Spencer Science Park is complete and open to the public.
Science World begins extensive renovations to the building to repair the failed building envelope, expand the lobby, create additional gallery space, and ‘green’ the building. It also undergoes extensive community consultation for the creation of an outdoor science gallery and exhibition space to be known as the Ken Spencer Science Park, and hosts Dr. Gunther von Hagens’ world-famous BODY WORLDS & The Brain.
Renovations to Search: The Sara Stern Gallery complete. Science World celebrates 20 years under the dome with a week-long series of events, including Free Family Day, presented by BC Hydro which welcomed over 10,000 people.
BodyWorks wins the CASCade award for Best Exhibit or Show at the Canadian Association of Science Centres’ annual conference. Major renovations to the lobby and Search are underway.
Science World opens BodyWorks, a transportable gallery answering the questions of What Can I Do?, How Do I Look? and What’s Inside Me?.
Science World presents Gunther von Hagens’ BODY WORLDS 3: The Anatomical Exhibition of Real Human Bodies, a one-of-a-kind opportunity to experience the incredible structure of the human body in plastinated form. A record 830,372 people visited TELUS World of Science in this fiscal year.
Science World enters into the next phase of ReGeneration, the Champions of the Future Campaign, to renew its infrastructure and pursue the construction of an outdoor science experience.
Our iconic False Creek facility is renamed TELUS World of Science. Science World receives $5 million in funding from the BC Government to support the BC Program for the Awareness and Learning of Science (BC PALS), which entitles every K-7 student in the province to a free Science World experience.