April 23 – 24
Science North and the Science Teachers’ Association of Ontario (STAO) are proud to present the eSTEM Conference, a two-day virtual professional learning event for K – Grade 12 educators. The conference will bring together industry leaders and educators across Ontario to deliver 30 collaborative, practical sessions. The workshops (some delivered in English and others in French) will focus on science content and digital strategies that will help educators deliver experiential online learning.
7pm – 8pm
Sudbury is proud of its history of environmental transformation. We've discovered so much over the past decades at the Vale Living With Lakes Centre about ecosystem restoration, mine waste management, and the connections between healthy lakes and landscapes. Join hosts Amy Henson and Dr. Chantal Barriault as they share science stories direct from the researchers who continue this vital work – students, scientists, and innovative research teams tackling the environmental challenges of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Celebrate Earth Week by learning how the Vale Living With Lakes Centre team helps ensure clean water, now and forever.
April 12 – 17
From April 12th to 17th, we’ll be sharing free virtual workshops for the whole family! Participate in workshops with items found around your house, or ask our Bluecoats your burning questions. From chemistry and coding to anatomy and animal demonstrations, it’s a delicious smorgasbord of science you don’t want to miss!
April 3 – September 18
Join Science North Bluecoats for free Saturday night Star Parties from April 10 – September 18, 2021. Star Parties start 30 minutes after sunset and run for two hours.
* Please note: all Star Parties will be held virtually while the stay-at-home order is in progress *
Bluecoat Talks is an online series of informal conversations with science experts hosted by our Bluecoats. You are invited to jump in and ask questions by dropping a comment while we’re live!
Visitors will have the opportunity to connect directly with Indigenous experts, in-person and online as they explore a variety of topics and themes in Indigenous culture and innovation. Themes will include Indigenous engineering and innovation, art and film, agriculture and food innovations, water, and much more.