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Let¡¯s Talk Science supports student engagement through Canada¡¯s Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge

2015-23-9 | News

Students in Grades 6 through 12 will have a chance to develop their 21st century skills in a new project-based national education challenge. The Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge is designed to inspire students to reach their full potential and help better their communities by identifying and solving real-world problems with science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

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Partnering with Frontier College

2015-21-9 | News

We are working with Frontier College to inspire young minds.

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Our Stories: TVO¡¯s Pat Ellingson on Getting Kids Ready for School and Life

2015-15-9 | News

Twenty years ago, Pat Ellingson stepped into the role of Creative Head, Children¡¯s Programming at TVOKids. In partnership with Let¡¯s Talk Science, Pat¡¯s vision has led the way for TVOKids to help families explore and discover the science in our everyday lives with innovative and award-winning children¡¯s programs. As Pat closes a chapter of her career at TVOKids, she shares her insights on why science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning is so critical for children.

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The Father of Let¡¯s Talk Science

2015-4-9 | News

On Thursday, August 27, Let¡¯s Talk Science lost a dear friend, leader, supporter and visionary ¨C our founding board chairman, Dr. Mitchell Baran. Dr. Baran was CEO of Trudell Medical Group, a successful global health devices business based in London, and a generous yet humble philanthropist.

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Outreach at Edmonton Heritage Festival

2015-24-8 | News

Let's Talk Science Outreach at the University of Alberta spent 3 days in Edmonton at the Servus Heritage Festival.

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Canadian Light Source Synchrotron takes Tomatosphere™ to the Next Level

2015-14-7 | News

Imagine examining the tomato plants grown from space seeds at a molecular level with a team of real-life scientists. That was the experience of five students from Lloydminster Comprehensive High School in Lloydminster Alberta in June.

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Let¡¯s Talk Science President Dr. Bonnie Schmidt receives one of Canada¡¯s highest honours

2015-1-7 | News

On July 1st, Let's Talk Science President and Founder, Dr. Bonnie Schmidt was?appointed a Member of the Order of Canada.

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Let¡¯s Talk Science volunteer awards celebrate Canadian post-secondary students¡¯ dedication to science outreach

2015-6-6 | News

Curtis McCloskey of University of Ottawa and Rachel Ward-Maxwell of McMaster University take home this year¡¯s coveted national volunteer awards.

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National Conference back again for 2015

2015-28-5 | News

Volunteer coordinators from Outreach sites across Canada gather this week for specialized training, awards and festivities.

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Let¡¯s Talk Science receives federal government funding of $12.5 million over five years to greatly expand its science education programs for Canadian youth

2015-20-5 | News

Investment allows Let¡¯s Talk Science to expose millions more Canadian youth to science, technology, engineering and math to build their skills for the changing economy

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Tomatosphere? seeds in orbit

2015-8-5 | News

600,000 Tomatosphere? seeds now in orbit on board the International Space Station.

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University of Winnipeg volunteer helps expand program reach

2015-8-5 | News

This Spring, Let's Talk Science Outreach volunteers from the University of Winnipeg travelled to The Pas to do hands-on science with 8-10 year-olds.

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Council of Canadian Academies releases STEM Skills report

2015-30-4 | News

Let¡¯s Talk Science is well positioned to support recommendations from expert panel

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3,500 Canadian students gear up for Let¡¯s Talk Science Challenge

2015-24-4 | News

From April 24 to May 29, Let¡¯s Talk Science kicks off STEM exploration and discovery with over 3,500 students at 23 universities across Canada for the national Let's Talk Science competition.

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Canadian Space Agency and Let¡¯s Talk Science visit Byron Northview to talk Tomatosphere?

2015-20-4 | News

On Tuesday, April 14, Canadian Space Agency astronaut Jeremy Hansen and Let¡¯s Talk Science President Dr. Bonnie Schmidt met with 27 Grade 6 students from Byron Northview Public School to learn about their involvement in the award-winning TomatosphereTM program.

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