written by Julia Handra Micro-organisms, such as bacteria, viruses and fungi, are all around us. In fact, most of the time bacterial cells outnumber human cells in our bodies and though numerous, these organisms often go unnoticed. As both an artist and a science student, I made it my mission to represent microorganisms on a […]
As the days grow colder and our thoughts turn to pumpkin pies and falling leaves, a mystery still lingers from warmer summer days. A possible murder that occurred during the hot days of the summers amusement park, PlayState. You can read through the evidence yourself and through the Future Science Leaders Detective Squads reports and […]
Every year, we do a mystery for the students in Science World’s Future Science Leaders. We then invite you to be a part of the jury and determine who has provided the best explanation for the crime. The explanations The sea of science accused Ethan Anderson Newton’s Pineapple accused Anderson family The Science Fields accused […]
How should we talk about science and the people behind the discoveries? In our outreach program, Future Science Leaders, we want to show the work of science so we are trying to show the personality of scientists – but we also want students to be inspired by the accomplishments. My default position is to try […]
I’m making good use of the Canadian health care system and I’m not sure when I will get back to writing.
Our 3D printed virus ornaments are ready! We are selling these ornaments to raise money for science outreach. We have: Last week, I shared our first few prints on Twitter and they were well received. We had plans to add glitter, but I learned that I should be nowhere near a spray can – and […]
I’ve been taking some time to create with my hands lately. I’ve always loved needlework – it speaks to my precision and obsessive nature – and you get to see progress. On those days where you feel like nothing is getting done (grad school or grant days, anyone?), those quilting and cross stitch projects where you […]