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SCIENCE CENTER PROJECTS

Exhibitons that are being developed with the support of TUBITAK by reo-tek will be in service of visitors in the near future. Currently, there are three exibitions that are being prepared.

EXPLORE NEW WAYS TO LEARN WITH INTERACTIVE EXHIBITIONS

Our 33 Senses and Perceptions 

It is aimed to give the visitors information about fundemental sciences, human anatomy and biology. "Our 33 Senses and Perceptions" consist of six sections. In each section exists applications and installations with interactive, touchable and playable content designed to grasp the visitors' attention. These sections consist of;

  • Seeing

  • Hearing

  • Olfaction and Tasting

  • Touching and Pain

  • Mechanical Senses

  • Internal Senses

A Voyage to a World of Inventions

This exhibiton aims to deliver the visitors inventions that have developed even further to this day, but still depend on the foundations of science. How these inventions were created by using basic physics principles and how they work are explained in detail to visitors through life-sized models and interactive applications. This exhibition that explains fundemental sciences, developments of inventions, and the working principles of inventions consist of eight sections as followed;

  • Introduction

  • Simple Machines

  • Compression

  • Heat and Temperature

  • Electricity

  • Magnetism and Electromagnetism

  • Light and Vision

  • Sound

Science with Dinosaurs

"Science with Dinosaurs" exhibition is created with the aim of teaching the visitors about paleontology, formation of the earth and biology. The exhibiton consists of seven sections;

  • Introduction

  • Our Planet and Dinosaurs

  • Anatomy of a Dinosaur

  • Monster Babies

  • Survival Skills

  • Excavation Site

  • Common Playground

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