I negotiate and implement Canada's nuclear non-proliferation import and export policy.
Strange Shapes in the Sky: Stealth and Flying Wings
Learn about how and why engineers designed and built some very unique aircraft.
Math & Mandalas
In this lesson, students explore the connection between arts, math and mindfulness as they create mandalas.
A History of How Humans Learned to Fly
Learn how aviation pioneers from the world learned how to make humans fly!
Introduction to the Periodic Table of the Elements
Learn about the elements of the periodic table and how they are organized.
S. Karly Kehoe
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.
Independent Researcher & Part-time Professor
Ruth Bradley-St-Cyr is an Independent Researcher & Part-time Professor for the University of Ottawa.
Construction Design Manager
Abigail MacEachern is a Design Manager for Pomerleau, located in Nova Scotia.
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.
Zoetropes are an early form of animation technology. Learn about this Ingenium artifact and make your own version of this artifact using 3D printing!
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.