Let’s Talk Microbiology (York University)

The Let’s Talk Microbiology symposium at York University will introduce high school students to local experts who are working to solve current world issues through microbiology research. The event will include presentations by a panel of experts, debates and discussions about select ethical questions in the field of microbiology. The content presented throughout the day will enrich and provide examples of practical applications of the concepts learned in science class as well as introduce various careers available in the field of microbiology.

For high school students

For high school students

Date:Thursday, February 23, 2017 - 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Location: York University -  4700 Keele Street, Toronto (Curtis Lecture Hall (CLH) & Life Sciences Building (LSB))

For more information or to register, please click here to visit the event page

Explore free online resources from CurioCity

Preparing for the Let’s Talk Microbiology symposium? Planning follow-up activities? CurioCity by Let’s Talk Science is a great source of free online resources for students and educators in Grades 8-12.

Meet the presenters

The following presenters at the Let’s Talk Microbiology symposium have posted career or research profiles on CurioCity:

Curriculum connections

Looking for content related to specific programs and courses? Registered educators can access a wide range of specialized resources on CurioCity, including curriculum connections. Registration is free and only takes a few moments!

The Civic Laboratory for Environmental Action Research (CLEAR) at Memorial University of Newfoundland is pleased to partner with Let's Talk Science. Through this partnership we have created guides on how to build and use these devices in classrooms from grade 7-12, along with a participation and curriculum alignment guide so teachers can integrate the projects into Newfoundland and Labrador curriculum requirements. 

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