History & World Studies

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S. Karly Kehoe

S. Karly Kehoe

Job Title
Canada Research Chair in Atlantic Canada Communities
Karly is a university professor who uses history to study how the past affects community development and sustainable development today.
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S. Karly Kehoe

Cloud model of an atom

Introduction to the Atom

Learn about the parts of an atom and its history.
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Introduction to the Atom

Ruth Bradley-St Cyr doing research in library

Ruth Bradley-St-Cyr

Job Title
Independent Researcher & Part-time Professor
Ruth Bradley-St-Cyr is an Independent Researcher & Part-time Professor for the University of Ottawa.
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Ruth Bradley-St-Cyr

Abigail MacEachern head shot

Abigail MacEachern

Job Title
Design Manager
Abigail MacEachern is a Design Manager for Pomerleau, located in Nova Scotia.
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Abigail MacEachern

Screen capture from video "The Wacky History of Cell Theory”

The Wacky History of Cell Theory

It took several scientists building on each other’s discoveries to come up with Cell Theory - one of the cornerstones of biology.
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The Wacky History of Cell Theory

Cartoon woman on a surfboard

The Physics of Surfing

Learn about the history of surfboards, and how different materials and designs over the years affected the physics at work in surfing.
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The Physics of Surfing

Replica of the earliest wooden model stethoscope

Stethoscope Replica

Using stethoscopes, doctors can use sound waves to detect various health issues. Learn how this device has evolved since it was invented in 1816!
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Stethoscope Replica

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Zoetrope

Zoetropes are an early form of animation technology. Learn about this Ingenium artifact and make your own version of this artifact using 3D printing!
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Zoetrope

Screen capture from the TED Ed video “The genius of Mendeleev's periodic table”

The Genius of Mendeleev's Table

Dmitri Mendeleev’s version of the periodic table was brilliant - find out why!
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The Genius of Mendeleev's Table

Telegraph key used in Metcalfe, Ontario telegraph office (Ingenium)

Telegraph Key

The telegraph works by transmitting signals through an electrical circuit. Learn more and print your own telegraph key using this 3d model of a real artefact.
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Telegraph Key

Great Pyramids At Giza, Egypt

Structures: Historical

11 images of structures with historical significance from different civilizations such as pyramids, statues on Easter Island and Stonehenge
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Structures: Historical

illustration of a hydrogen car

The History and Uses of Hydrogen

Hydrogen’s tendency towards combustion is what makes it both a dangerous chemical element and a useful energy source.
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The History and Uses of Hydrogen

Dinosaur footprint fossil

How did dinosaurs leave fossils behind?

Using a toy dinosaur and some plaster of Paris, learn how dinosaur footprints could become fossils.
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How did dinosaurs leave fossils behind?

Taj Mahal, Agra, India

Buildings: Around The World

13 images of some buildings from around the world including where they are located such as the Taj Mahal in Agra, India
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Buildings: Around The World

Charles Paradis | Coordinator (Partner Engagement)

Charles Paradis

Job Title
Coordinator (Partner Engagement)
Charles Paradis is a coordinator (partner engagement) at Let's Talk Science.
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Charles Paradis