News from Atlantic Canada’s science and research community.
Registration closed. Please visit our conference page to see when the next event is happening. The 65th annual Atlantic Universities Geological Conference will take place on October 22-24 at Saint Mary’s University. Registration is now open! (abstract submission closed on October 1) Register now! Check out this year’s field trips! Workshop: Microanalysis in Forensic Geology
The Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science Conference will take place on October 23 to 24 at Acadia University. Registration and abstract submission are now open! The deadline for abstract submission is October 16. Banquet tickets are limited to the first 140 registrants. There are three invited lectures: the Sedgwick Lecture
September is a time I associate with curiosity and a sense of discovery as we enter a new academic year. At the same time, there is the sense of the familiar with the return to classes. Similarly this September, Science Atlantic will be exploring new developments and continuing to do
November 25-27, 2015 Ottawa, ON The CSPC draws representatives from the business, government, academic and research, media, non-profit, and education sectors across Canada to discuss the present and future of Canadian science, technology, and innovation policy. We invite proposals for different presentation formats from all sectors and regions in the
Jasmine Golf Communications and Creative Content Coordinator Jasmine is a recent graduate (2015) of Dalhousie University’s Bachelor of Commerce program with a major in Marketing Management. Previously, she studied art and design in the Bealart program in London, ON. During two previous co-op placements at Science Atlantic, Jasmine created our 2013-14
A New Term – A New Name – A New Look As students return to books and classrooms, and professors to PowerPoint, a sense of anticipation grows on the campuses of Atlantic Canada. What will this course be like? Can I really learn (or teach) this stuff well? What new
It’s September again; time for the routine to get re-established. Time for those time-worn words, “back to school.” Welcome back! Those of us employed in university education have the benefit of two new years each year – the calendar new year in January, and the “academic year” which generally is