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TORONTO (March 28, 2017) – Advocate and Nobel Peace Prize nominee Sheila Watt-Cloutier will present her new model for 21st century leadership at the Ontario Science Centre on May 6, as keynote speaker of the 2017 Canadian Association of Science Centres (CASC) Annual Conference. Sharing her passion on the urgency of climate change and its connection to today’s broader public issues, the author of Canada Reads 2017 selection The Right To Be Cold will provide her big picture vision of where we are and where we are headed. Read more
he Manitoba Museum recently delivered a dozen educational kits to schools in two northern Manitoba communities.
These kits, the products of a project called SPIRIT LINES, were developed to to re-introduce oral histories and physical specimens to the communities of Norway House Cree Nation and Garden Hill First Nation. Read more
The exhibit features characters from Disney Pixar movies, and allows visitors to experience the art, science, computer science and math that Pixar uses when making their films. Read more
After pursuing a PhD in science education from Curtin University in Australia, Dr. Barriault dedicated herself to pushing Laurentian’s diploma program into a one-year accredited master’s degree. The master’s was approved last year and the first cohort will be admitted this coming September. Read more
The exhibit was produced by the Institute for Quantum Computing at the University of Waterloo and is being presented by the Saskatchewan Science Centre. Read more
Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) and Vancouver Aquarium researchers announced Tuesday they will be cooperating on the study of the effects of microplastics on B.C.’s water systems. Read more.
Ever wonder why some people are inherently clumsy? Or why some people are prone to motion sickness? This March break, children visiting the Ontario Science Centre can participate in two new Waterloo studies to help researchers solve these and other mysteries relating to the human body. Read more
Science North announced the appointment of Julie Moskalyk as its new science director on March 7. Read more
The full potential of human creativity will be on display at Science North's newest exhibition, 101 Inventions That Changed the World.
Jennifer Pink, Science North's science director, said "101 Inventions That Changed the World is a journey, travelling through time and locations, exploring various inventions. Read more
The CASC office is situated in Robinson Huron Treaty territory and the land on which we learn and live is the traditional territory of the Atikameksheng Anishnawbek.
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