Voices for Canadian #Scicomm100 – Weekly Wrap Up and Announcement!

This wraps up Week 7 and what a great week it’s been.  Look at the fabulous support we’re getting!   #Scientists: Let @ScienceBorealis know your thoughts on #sciencecommunication; join the conversation w/ #scicomm100. — Hon. Kirsty Duncan (@ScienceMin) October 14, 2016   AND … we have an announcement! Our Red Bubble #scicomm100 store is OPEN! Now […]

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Voices for Canadian #Scicomm100 – Weekly Recap: Oct 8-14, 2016

Week 6 is finished!  And our Outreach team and supporters have really been powering through our “Reflections: 100 Voices for Canadian Science Communication” campaign.  Only 23 voices left to go!  With hundreds of Tweets and re-Tweets of the #scicomm100 hashtag and visitors to our Facebook page, our followers now excitedly anticipate who the next Voice for Canadian SciComm will be. Not only that, […]

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Science Literacy Week success! Next up: Science Odyssey 2017

By Jesse Hildebrand, Guest blogger and founder of Science Literacy Week  The nationwide celebration of science that was Science Literacy Week (September 19–25) included 520 events in 60+ cities this year. Public talks, explosive science demos, nature hikes, dissections, star parties, you name it—if it engaged the public and revolved around science it was likely […]

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From spring to sea – A journey along the Fraser River

By Kathi Unglert, Earth and Environmental Science co-Editor World Rivers Day has been celebrated on the last Sunday of September since 2005. It was initiated at the start of the United Nations’ Water for Life Decade by Canadian Mark Angelo, a river conservationist who had previously established BC Rivers Day to increase awareness of the importance […]

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Voices for Canadian #Scicomm100 – Weekly Recap: Sep. 26 -30, 2016

We just wrapped up Week 4 of our “Reflections: 100 Voices for Canadian Science Communication” campaign.  We’re very pleased with how well this initiative has had a meteoric rise across Twitter via the #scicomm100 hashtag and from our Facebook page. In fact, we’ve had a few people asking if they can get these quotes and images on t-shirts, mugs, and calendars. Well, no promises yet, […]

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