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Why does STEM matter?

Science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) represent more than a list of traditional fields of study, it represents a powerful way of looking at the world. STEM helps us enjoy the wonders of everyday life, participate as informed citizens, and tackle the biggest challenges confronting everyone around the globe. STEM encompasses knowledge, ways of looking at and solving problems, and skills such as critical thinking.

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Let’s Talk Science Outreach sites at post-secondary institutions across Canada offer unique, customized STEM-based hands-on workshops, symposiums and events for local classrooms, community groups, summer camps, and more.

 

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African American and Hispanic elementary age girls are building a windmill from a water bottle in a STEM activity

STEM Club - the best of both worlds!

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Explore living creatures outside this summer

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The summer months are upon us and along with longer days and warm weather, summer provides an opportunity to get outside and engage with the world around us. Let’s Talk Science offers numerous fun activities to get youth outside and engaged in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

Dr. Daniel Heath

Who’s been here before us? How eDNA is providing answers

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Who’s been here before us? Scientists are increasingly using environmental DNA (eDNA) to answer that question.

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