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    Canadian Science and Engineering Hall of Fame

    The Canadian Science and Engineering Hall of Fame is a central part of the Innovation Canada exhibition at the Canada Science and Technology Museum. Here, we honour individuals whose outstanding scientific or technological achievements have had long term implications for Canadians.

    Did you know anyone can nominate a significant Canadian for the Hall of Fame?

    There are currently 37 Canadian scientists, engineers and innovators recognized in the Hall of Fame. The achievements of these individuals have been so remarkable and their contributions to society so great that the Museum hopes one day all Canadians will be aware of their accomplishments.

    This year's inductees are Willard Boyle, John "Jack" A. Hopps and Alice Evelyn Wilson.

    Click here to learn more about the members of the Canadian Science and Engineering Hall of Fame.

    Willard BoyleJohn ''Jack''  A. HoppsAlice Evelyn Wilson
    Willard Boyle*John "Jack" A. Hopps**Alice Evelyn Wilson***
    *AT&T; Archives. Reprinted with permission
    **National Research Council of Canada Archives
    ***Natural Resources Canada © 1948 Yousuf Karsh

    Get to know talented Canadians who helped shape Canada - and the world! Explore the Canadian Science and Engineering Hall of Fame virtual program, developed in our School Programs section.

    Some of the previously inducted members of the Hall of Fame:

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