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QAtCan STEM Colloquium

The first ever Queer Atlantic Canadian STEM Colloquium is set for January 17th-18th, 2020 in Halifax, NS! "Queer Atlantic Canadian STEM (QAtCanSTEM) is a visibility and community building project aiming to enhance diversity, [...]

Letter from the Chair, 2019

Welcome to Another Year With Science Atlantic! Another academic year is at our doorstep!  One of our main goals this year at Science Atlantic is to further enhance the engagement of our members [...]

CSPC 2019: A Decade of Profound Impact

Building Bridges Between Science, Policy and Society The 11th annual Canadian Sciences Policy Conference will be their largest event to date! Boasting 40 panel sessions, over 200 panelists and 800 attendants, [...]

The GPCR Gang Gets to Work

Inside Rourke Lab at Mount Allison University It is fair to say that most people’s idea of summer vacation doesn’t include microscopes and data points, but these five university biochemistry [...]

How Did We Do?

What did Conference Season look like this year? Here's what you had to say!

Proud to Have #PrideinSTEM

Science Atlantic is founded on the values of inclusion, connection and promotion. This is why we are proud to support the entire LGBTQIA2S STEM community in Atlantic Canada. In accordance with these values Science [...]

Student Story: Adele Corkum

The Art and Science of Blueberries Adele Corkum presented research on Postprandial Effects of Blueberry (Vaccinium angustifolium) Consumption on Glucose Metabolism, Gastrointestinal Hormone Response, and Perceived Appetite in Healthy Adults at this year’s [...]

Psychology 2019 Award Winners

The 43rd annual Science Atlantic Psychology Conference boasted some of the best undergraduate psychological research to be found in the Atlantic provinces. Congratulations and recognition are due to Mount Allison University, conference organizers, [...]

Student Story: Sarah Stewart

Exploring the unknown Sarah Stewart makes significant discoveries on the feeding habits of Anadromous Alewife fish Acadia environmental science student Sarah Stewart’s love of the ocean has been a lifelong relationship. [...]