Faithful to the vision of the former scientific president, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, expressed during his last conference, "Creating a Livable Planet Earth," sustainability will be at the heart of the new Science City. Rooted in the historical and present-day context of Patna, Bihar and India as a whole, this new world class, state-of-the-art institute aims to offer attractive learning opportunities to Bihari youth, promote scientific thought and encourage future innovation.
"Our experience in similar projects and our distinctive approach regarding content and visitor experience will allow us to bring a unique perspective to this project. We are very proud to work on the development of such a project and to help promote science and sustainable development through immersive exhibitions," says Yves Mayrand, President and Chief Creative Office, GSM Project.
Being built in central Patna near Moin-ul-Haq stadium, the Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam Science City aims to be an internationally unique Science City that bridges the past, the present and the future to promote science through its 30,000 square metre exhibition space, with a key focus on science communication-inspiring and catalyzing innovation in order to address some of the most relevant topics of our day. Science City will encourage the participation of locals and Bihari diaspora in engaging activities to develop scientific temperament and to create awareness of Bihari pride, its science history and contributions in a global manner.
About GSM Project
GSM Project specializes in the creation and production of visitor experiences. Founded in 1958 and with offices in Montreal, Dubai, and Singapore, the company collaborates with a wide range of clients all over the world to create immersive, educational, fun, and above all - memorable - experiences. Over the course of its long history, GSM Project has designed exhibitions for major museums across the globe, such as the National Museum of Singapore, the Canadian Museum of History in Ottawa (Canada), the Anchorage Museum (Alaska, United States) and "At the Top, Burj Khalifa (Dubai).
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