The Montréal Science Centre successfully achieved its attempt at a title and will now be entered in the book of GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™.
Attempting to set a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ title is a unique opportunity that involves meticulous effort! The world’s largest slime-making lesson involved 491 participants and was hosted by the Montréal Science Centre in conjunction with its newest feature exhibition The Science of GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™. Led by the colourful chemist Yannick Bergeron in collaboration with Polytechnique Montréal’s Chemical Engineering Department, this official attempt event allowed young participants and their parents to understand the science of slime and to make their very own batches of slime. Two science-based slime recipes were followed by all those who took part. Both recipes included most unusual and high-quality ingredients and all participants were able to take their slime home.