Exhibits for Sale

Exhibits for sale

 

Since 1999, Science Alive! has exported over $7 million of exhibits to science centres throughout the world. We have a reputation as a builder of world class, durable, high quality, innovative exhibits. Science Alive! Workshop has produced interactive exhibits for the following Museums, Science Centres or Organisations:

 

  • MTN Science Centre, Capetown, South Africa: 25 Puzzling Things and general science exhibits.
  • OMP MTN Science Centre, Umhalanga, South Africa: 47 Puzzling Things and Sci tech on the Move exhibits.
  • OMP MTN Science Centre, Menlyn, South Africa: Puzzling Things and Sci tech on the Move exhibits.
  • PETROSAINS SDN BHD, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: 22 tabletop, 90 petroleum and general exhibits, earthquake simulator.
  • Calgary Science Centre, Calgary, Canada: 25 Puzzling Things exhibits.
  • Discovery Science Centre, Santa Ana, USA: earthquake simulator, 2 shake tables.
  • Sci-Quest, Huntsville, USA: 18 fluid dynamics and earth science exhibits.
  • Te Papa – Museum of New Zealand, Wellington, NZ: 45 social science exhibits, including and earthquake simulator.
  • Science Station, Cedar Rapids, USA: 9 electricity exhibits.
  • Bishop Museum, Honolulu, USA: tsunami tank.
  • Carnegie Science Center, Pittsburgh, USA: earthquake simulator.
  • Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia: 14 exhibits.
  • Guatemala Museum, Guatemala City, Guatemala: 2 human performance exhibits.
  • Atelier Markgraph, Frankfurt , Germany: tornado simulator.
  • Leonardo on wheels, Salt Lake City, USA: 4 tabletop exhibits.
  • Queensland Science Centre, Brisbane, Australia: 2 perception exhibits.
  • Oil and Gas Discovery Centre, Brunei: 37 general and Sci tech on the Move exhibits.
  • Wenzhou Science Center, China: 45 general exhibits.
  • National Science Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Puzzling Things and Sci tech on the Move exhibitions.
  • Sci Bono Science Centre, Johannesburg, South Africa: 39 general and Sci tech on the Move exhibits.
  • Gulf Coast Exploreum, Mobile, USA: 8 exhibits.
  • NIHERST, Trinidad: 18 petroleum exhibits.
  • Technopolis, Belgium: 39 Puzzling Things and Sci tech on the Move exhibits.
  • Exploratorium, San Francisco, USA: harmonograph.
  • Story Inc, New Zealand: 3 electricity exhibits.
  • NIHERST, Trinidad: 7 environmental disaster exhibits
  • NSM, Thailand: 54 mobile outreach exhibits
  • Exploratorium, San Francisco, USA: harmonograph
  • NSM, Thailand: 4 Fluid Dynamics, 4 Earth Science and 6 mobile exhibits
  • Exploratorium, San Francisco, USA: harmonograph.
  • Science Centre Singapore: 6 earthquake related exhibits
  • Kids City Phnom Penh, Cambodia: 50 exhibits with 5 themes. Design of galleries, lighting systems, educational programmes.
  • Iplayco Corporation, Las Vegas, USA: Wind Erosion exhibit

 

Some Examples of Science Alive! Workshop Exhibits

 

 

INTERESTING DESIGNS…

 

Stringless Harp

 

 

Play 156 instruments or sounds by dialling
the key pad at the base of the harp.

 

 

Exhibits allow for investigations and hands on
explorations.

 

 

DURABLE AND COLOURFUL
SPACE AGE FINISHES…

 

 

Whisper Dishes

 

 

Our exhibits have experimental components and convey scientific principles in a fun and engaging way.

 

 

Cycloid Ball Run

 

 

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