On November 2, 2014, Science Borealis officially incorporated under the Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act. The team is pleased to announce this important milestone and introduce you to its first Board of Directors. Built on the principles of curiosity, engagement and collaboration, incorporating Science Borealis means we have reached a goal that will help us better […]
Virtual road trip: Exploring Canada’s major physics labs
Stephanne Taylor, Physics & Astronomy co-editor Collaboration is the backbone of science: without it, the boundaries of scientific knowledge would remain fairly narrow, with various areas of science remaining isolated and unable to transfer ideas back and forth. Like most scientific pursuits, physics is highly collaborative â€“ especially here in Canada. While the United States […]
The Canadians invade ScienceOnline…!
by Science Borealis team members: Jenny Ryan (Canadian Science Publishing), Lisa Willemse (Stem Cell Network), Mike Spear (Genome Alberta) …Though, to be fair, we weren’t the only ones. People travel from all over the world to attend what has become an international coming “Together” of science communicators. ScienceOnline is an annual conference â€“ now in […]