Indigenous Career Stories⟶
Students explore a variety of STEM-related careers from the perspective of Indigenous professionals.
Do Woodpeckers Get Concussions?⟶
Pecking puts a lot of force on a woodpecker’s brain. But scientists think woodpecker bodies are adapted to help keep them from being injured during pecking-related collisions.
How are the World's Bee Populations Doing?⟶
Bees are important for agriculture. But bee populations face threats. This resource looks at Colony Collapse Disorder, herbicides & pesticides, and more.
Curtiss Luong (he/him)
Students will measure environmental conditions such as temperature, CO2, and relative humidity in their classroom and submit the data to a national database.
How could you build a refracting telescope using water as the lenses?
Build your own refracting telescope using glasses of water as the lenses.
Sara Knox (she/her)
Assistant Professor (biometeorology)
How can you protect your personal information?
Protect your personal information with different types of encryption.
Petter Wiberg (he/him)
Mahesh Rachamalla (he/him)
Graduate Student (Toxicology)
Frogs, toads, salamanders, and newts, oh my!
Learn about amphibians, their life in the coastal temperate rainforest biome, and how you can help them out!
Learn about coral ecosystems and why they are important as well as what you can do to help keep them healthy.
They may seem out there, but these are real jobs! Or they will be soon…
Farming in space, custom designing 3D printed organs for transplant, or building robots that do the jobs you don’t want to do - that’s not science fiction, that’s a real job! Watch all of our “That’s a Real Job” videos on our STEM career website.
Invite a Volunteer to your Classroom or Community Event
Take STEM out of the textbook. The Let’s Talk Science Outreach program has partnered with post-secondary institutions across Canada to build a community of trained volunteers, ready to lead hands-on STEM activities in your classroom or community event, at no cost to you.