Connected by Copper: From Cells to Cellphones. Press Release

Connected by Copper: From Cells to Cellphones. Press Release

Connected by Copper: From Cells to Cellphones.

Britannia Beach, B.C. (June, 2021) – Just in time for the latest lifting of travel restrictions within B.C., the Britannia Mine Museum is introducing a new summer exhibit, “Connected by Copper: From Cells to Cell Phones.”

Running now to September 7th at the Museum’s Machine Shop, the exhibit explores how copper has been entwined in our lives and delves into the unique uses of the metal since ancient times. It also extends from last year’s Bug Buster exhibit showcasing the protective properties of copper that helps protect us from harm.

You can read the full press release HERE.



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