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LaTeachia Harrison Feb 20
Miller Mavericks loved using Nearpod to learn more about organisms and how they live and survive in their ecosystems.
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#AvSpaceMuseum Sep 17
The Canadarm - Made to give a helping hand in outer Space
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Sally Taylor Sep 16
Celebrating the ocean all week at Woodward Library.
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Thomas Merritt Sep 18
It’s National Science Reading day - here’s my favourite Frankenstein- Mary Shelley’s 1818 classic. If you haven’t read it - do. If you have - read it again... Still an incredible cautionary tale 101 years after it was first published!
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Special Collections Aug 13
Keep your eye out for our Science Literacy Week exhibits coming in September – we'll be highlighting local scientific research & myths like the Cadborosaurus (although we all know Caddy’s real – we have the sketches here to prove it 😋)
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Broad Science Sep 18
After a long summer hiatus, we are officially back to school! We celebrated wk by hosting a podcast listening PIZZA PARTY w/ our science journalists Now you can listen too! Each day we'll release extended interviews & scientist profiles.
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Analise 👩‍🔬🔬👩‍🏫🇨🇦 Sep 16
I was disappointed w/how week started, but just blew out of the water with her badass presentation . Link to her talk to be posted on youtube! I admire how she uses her position of privilege to highlight others!
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𝗝𝗼𝘀𝗵 𝗦𝗶𝗹𝗯𝗲𝗿𝗴 Sep 16
So excited! Tomorrow night is our show for Week! Procrastinators be warned, there are only a few tickets left!
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CanGeo Education Sep 19
Day 4 of has us talking about our Giant Floor Map — an Arctic circumpolar map that teaches students about animal migration, communication and new technologies, climate change and much more. Rent it for your classroom here:
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NSERC / CRSNG Sep 5
On Wednesday, September 18th join and for another spectacular National Science Reading Day! Pick up your favourite book, share your picks with us with and enter to win $3000 of book and magazine prizes!
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Natalie Panek Sep 16
It is that time of year for week! If looking to get lost in literary adventures, here's a sample of some of my favs! And check out for all kinds of fun events going on across Canada!
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Dr. Mona Nemer Sep 20
. loves the book “The Emperor of All Maladies: a Biography of Cancer” by . It’s a beautifully written and profoundly human account of our history with cancer
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Kathe Todd-Brown Sep 26
No acclimatization seen in tropical soils. Warmer soils respire more CO2 confirmed again this time with altitude transplant + ‘omics. Jelle Loonstra etal 2019
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Amber Sandy Sep 12
Can't believe there's less than a week before we will be tanning hides campus!!! So proud of everyone this is going to be an amazing
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The Conversation Canada Sep 18
Join us for a event in St. John's! Oceans under our influence Tonight @ 7 p.m. At Panellists: ’s Jonathan Fisher, & Event info: Stories:
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ASD-S Science Sep 18
It's National Science Reading Day! What is your favourite science book or magazine? So many to pick from , but mine is Bill Bryson's "A Brief History of Nearly Everything"
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eleanor Sep 16
“We must show people how they belong to science, and how science belongs to them” - Mónica Feliú-Mójer Happy week!
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Kathe Todd-Brown Dec 18
Non-rainfall moisture events drive decomposition in grasslands => need to model litter decay differently then soil. Evans etal 2020
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Canadian Food Inspection Agency Sep 18
It's Science Literacy Week! Ready to become an everyday hero? Show your kids what it takes to be a superhero and download our new scientist superhero-themed trading cards
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CNSC Sep 20
Yesterday for Science Literacy Week,Churchill students came out for a day of science and ocean research!We did a tidal walk, followed by more hands on examination of of living and non-living specimens from the unique biome we are located.What an amazing world!
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