Visitors become rookie spies while learning about the latest in espionage
TORONTO, April 2 /CNW/ - Spying is similar to completing a scientific
investigation. Just like scientists, spies must observe, collect and analyse
data, draw conclusions and report them back. The exhibition features a wide
range of different science and technology topics including the psychology of
lie-detection and brain physiology, forensics, cryptography, biometric
systems, data mining and analysis, image processing, scanning technology, GPS
and RFID tracking and intelligent surveillance systems.
What: Special media preview of the exhibition The Science of Spying
Who: Lesley Lewis, CEO, Ontario Science Centre
Antonia Spanos, Exhibitions Director, 'The Science of...'
When: Tuesday, April 7, 2009 10 a.m.
Where: Ontario Science Centre, 770 Don Mills Road, Toronto
(TV crews may use the valley parking: Enter off Gateway Drive
South of the main entrance, drive down the hill to the security
An exhibition from 'The Science of...'
Supported by: Ontario Cultural Attractions Fund
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