Upcoming Events

Science Outreach would like to thank our wonderful volunteers who share their time and expertise in our community!  Please watch our website for any changes!

Free community events!

Many events may be recorded and posted to our website at a later time in past events.  To view these recordings,  please feel free to visit our YouTube Channel.

•    May 2, 2021 – Bird Watching Basics Webinar from 1 PM to 2:30 PM. 
Sharing for the Lesser Slave Lake Bird Observatory
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 984 9088 2592 Passcode: 700757
IF anyone has any problems logging in that day, they can contact Patti Campsall at the cell number: 780-805-6353 or email Executive.director@borealbirdcentre.ca

•    October, 2021 – Bald Eagle Research with Dr. Elston Dzus at 7 PM.
This will be a virtual event on Zoom to be announced.

•    To Be Announced – Chemistry Lab Experience for grade 5 students from Landing Trial School with Carmen Allen in the Athabasca University Science Lab. This event is funded through the NSERC (National Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada) Student Ambassador Program awarded to Carmen Allen.

***  Are you looking for some great resources and things to do with your kids?  Here are a couple of interesting websites: https://telusworldofscienceedmonton.ca/explore/experiences/science-home/

***  Check out the interesting Lecture Series from RAIC Centre for Architecture, Faculty of Science and Technology, Athabasca University.  The past lectures can be found on Athabasca University RAIC Centre for Architecture YouTube Channel  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCC-Ry650i197mGh0u_kvW3A

***  These Miistakis Institute webinars have been quite interesting and informative.  Some have been on wetlands, some on urban wildlife, municipal mechanisms for conservation, etc.  The previous webinars are all posted on their website:  https://www.rockies.ca/webinars.php 

***   Alberta Invasive Species Council Previously presented webinars

*** Comet C/2020 F3 Neowise in Alberta's Sky
In case you missed the info, was a comet visible in our night sky (roughly between 11pm and 4am) near the Auriga constellation, relatively low above the horizon (see attached photo for approximate location marked with a red x). It is so bright that it is visible with the naked eye (but with binoculars, it's even better), even in the city with all the light pollution. It will still be visible until August, but its brightness will decrease over time; and it will not be back before 6,800 years. -Pictures courtesy of Frederique Pivot

To Book Hour of Code school talks and demos with Wayne Brehaut school presentations for students ages 12 to 15... Contact Science Outreach if interested.

To Book DNA labs and demos with Carmen Allen... Contact Science Outreach if interested.

To Book Spider Talks with Robert Holmberg, Professor Emeritus AU and resident Entomologist at your school... Contact Science Outreach if interested.

Many of our events are held at Athabasca University in Governing Council Chambers. Please park in parking lot C. To view a map of the grounds and parking please click here.

Science Outreach Athabasca - April 26, 2021

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