Showing results for: Social Sciences

res-event 

It’s always challenging to write about science in a way that teens—or the general public—can easily digest. The workshop will cover various ways of making your writing clearer and more accessible.

Learn More
res-event 

On February 15th and 23rd, 2017, watch live streamed career panels here on CurioCity.

After the event, recordings of the stream will be available on this page.

Learn More
res-event 

It’s always challenging to write about science in a way that teens—or the general public—can easily digest. The workshop will cover various ways of making your writing clearer and more accessible.

Learn More

I work with people who are interested in working together and "acting locally, thinking globally".

Learn More

I help build a network of partners committed to a shared conservation strategy in Northeast B.C. I advocate for new protected areas and other conservation opportunities on public land, engage in species-at-risk conservation planning, oversee a highway wildlife collision mitigation project, and work with First Nations to support their conservation objectives.

Learn More

Research, education and medication have all helped reduce the impact of HIV. But viruses also evolve over time, and HIV may be becoming less harmful.

Learn More

Let’s Talk Science and the Canadian Museum of Science and Technology want to know what you’d love to be able to 3D print from the museum’s amazing artifacts!

Learn More

I am an Associate Professor at the York University Department of Biology. We study the gene expression of La and La related proteins.

Learn More

We all know someone who has been affected by cancer. What causes cancer? Is it getting more common? When did we first diagnose cancer in humans? What can we do to prevent cancer? (6:02 min.)

Learn More

You, me and everyone around us are constantly getting older. Why does this happen? And is there anything humans can do to slow down or even stop the aging process?

Learn More