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Sixteen days of fun with science and engineering! You don’t want to miss this experience ▶️ May 2 to 17, 2020! ◀️ En français:
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Science Odyssey 15h
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folio 19h
Distant star and planet get new Cree names following national contest:
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Arctic Today Feb 25
Svalbard’s "doomsday" vault is set to welcome its 1 millionth crop seed variety
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SHIFT Lab Feb 24
Play is essential for healthy growth. Camps have the perfect mix of organized games & free play time every day. Did you know that members get 10% off? Register now:
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Science Odyssey 20h
If you love this kind of stuff, have a look. It's amazing what kids can come up with!! 😍🤩😍
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Smore Science Feb 25
Young girls that love STEM are just not seeing enough women in these fields. Thanks to all these amazing for showing girls that their interest in the stars, sharks, sports or skeletons is worth holding on to. ?
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McGill Chem Outreach Feb 24
Only 5 days until 😮 Have you made your plans to come see us on Saturday yet? English shows at 7 and 10, les spectacles en français à 20h30 et 23h30 🧪
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Janelle Fournier Feb 24
It's different, it's informative and it's a lot of fun! Try it out.
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Science Odyssey Feb 25
Replying to @PMEUBC @museumofvan
Wow! That's great!!!
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PME UBC Feb 20
We just realized that our upcoming Day event with will coincide with the final day of ! We'll have a bunch of local, nifty paleo-women talking about their experiences, and why they "dig" palaeontology so much! Stay tuned for details!
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Science Odyssey Feb 25
That would be great! In case you wonder: Registration just opened last week for this year's festival. It doesn't need to be a big activity that requires much time or resources, just a small thing could do, to put you on the map and through the process for the first time. :-)
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Dr. Imogen R. Coe Feb 25
Hey! 🇨🇦 👋🏿👋🏽 Ppl on the street need to hear ur 📣 Canada needs talking cos 👍🏿 If ur in join the phenomenon that is
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Alexandra Gellé at #SciCommTO Feb 25
The conference is coming up 🚨 This is a super fun & free opportunity to interact with chemists across the globe. You just need your poster and hashtags! is going crazy for 24h, don't miss it 🌍🌎🌏
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Soapbox Science Ottawa Feb 24
Only ONE WEEK left to apply to be a part of ! Don’t miss the chance to inspire the public with your fascinating research.
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Discovery Centre Feb 23
On February 28, 29 and March 1 join us for more "Sky Stories” in a late Winter sky and explore the science and folklore of a very special day of the year – the leap day! Check out the calendar for show times.
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Science Odyssey Feb 24
This is GREAT! Congratulations! Did you plan on taking part of this year?
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Generation1 Leadership Initiative (G1LI) Feb 23
Great turn out for today’s STEAM workshop with IBM- CIC Halifax. Thank you to all those who supported and helped make this a reality- Valerie Lemay, G1LI &IBM volunteers, G1LI parents, , , ,
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NASA Feb 23
: Twin sister of Apollo, goddess of the Moon and epitome of America’s next chapter in space exploration. 🚀 With our goal of sending humans to Mars, we're going back to the Moon to stay and Artemis is leading the way. Uncover a new era:
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Ashley Reynolds Feb 21
. and I are spending our learning how we can better communicate our science at ! We’re also here to spread the good word of 🙂 Talia is also exploring the very important question: What if birds rode cats? On, noble steed!
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Science Odyssey Feb 21
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