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We recognize the educators, volunteers, staff, advocates and supporters who have played such a critical role in engaging children and youth in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Here, we’ve collected a series of stories that help illustrate the success Let’s Talk Science has achieved over the past two decades, thanks to our incredible contributors.

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Science Matters - Erin Sulley

2014-09-28 | Our Stories

Science Matters - Erin Sulley

The next time you watch images flickering across your television screen or listen to audio streaming on your mobile device, pause for a moment to consider the science and technology that’s at work in the entertainment industry. Rogers TV Out of the Fog host Erin Sulley explains the key role technology plays in delivering quality programs to the public and the importance of keeping current with ever-changing technologies.

Science Matters - Ryan Snodden

2014-09-28 | Our Stories

Science Matters - Ryan Snodden

Being a weather reporter isn’t just about reading out temperatures on live TV – there’s so much more involved. Every day, meteorologists like Ryan Snodden analyze scientific information such as atmospheric pressure and current weather and sky conditions while using computer-based models to forecast the weather that’s headed our way. Learn how science shapes the reports we rely on to prepare for the activities of the day ahead.

Science Matters - Susan Knight

2014-09-28 | Our Stories

Science Matters - Susan Knight

At Let’s Talk Science, we value our advocates of education like Dr. Susan Knight, university chancellor and founder of SHALLAWAY and Festival 500. As an internationally-involved expert on choral music and music education, she knows that science is at the very heart of the music that delights our senses. Watch this video and learn why Dr. Knight is so passionate about access to STEM learning for children and youth.

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