Location: West Mall Centre 3511
Nothing makes a joke better than being able to explain it!
Location: Shrum Science Centre Physics 9416
Explore the secrets of Physics through hands-on activities and demos in static electricity, Faraday’s Cage, magnetic materials and Ampere’s Law.
Location: Saywell Hall 9152
Snow avalanches are a tremendous force of nature! They can break trees, destroy houses, close roads, stop trains, and kill people if they are in the wrong place at the wrong time.
Location: Shrum Science Centre Biology 7172
Discover the magic of Chemistry right from our lab and dive deeper into matter, its properties, physical and chemical changes, pure substances and mixtures (homogeneous and heterogeneous), separati
Location: Shrum Science Centre Chemistry 9051
Get your hands busy by learning the basics of working in a biology lab, working with a microscope on your own, dissecting out the seminal vesicles of an anesthesized earthworm and viewing some real
Location: Trottier Observatory
Take a tour of the Trottier Observatory and Science Courtyard. Peek into the 0.7 meter reflector telescope that tracks distant galaxies billions of years old.
Location: West Mall Centre 3533
Do you put much thought into how you make decision and the outcome? How would you react if confronted with something unethical?
Location: Robert C. Brown Hall 7100
Learn how technology and design can equip you with skills to build future urban spaces. Discover paths to become the next generation’s problem solver.
Location: West Mall Centre 3535
A question that's been asked for a long time is "How much does our native language affect the way that we think?" If I, a native English speaker, say that something is coloured blue, does that mean