Election to membership in the NAS is considered one of the highest honors that a scientist can receive. Ask for Evidence is our public campaign to help people request for themselves the evidence behind news stories, marketing claims and policies. Put science into practice with high-interest science activities and projects that foster curiosity and investigation.
The Faculty of Science values strong relationships with our alumni, industry, government, donors and the wider community. The Center for Open Science fosters openness, integrity, and reproducibility of scientific research. As a Bachelor of Science student you may wonder what career pathways are open to you once you have graduated, and if you need to continue with honours or postgraduate study.
The March for Science champions and defends science and scientific integrity, but it is a small step in the process toward encouraging the application of science in policy. From field trips to teacher development, MSI provides engaging science experiences for students and educators—because they both will decide the future of science.
Science Commons helped explore the intersection of the web, legal tools, and scholarly publishing for the benefit of scientific discovery, innovation, and collaboration. Life Science Resources teach students about the living world around them and how organisms interact with one another.
So far we’ve conducted 15 experiments and have reported the results of 10 of them. Encourage creativity and innovation with the resources necessary to conduct a science fair. Science A-Z delivers an extensive collection of engaging activities, guided experiments, and open-ended projects that allow students to think and investigate like scientists and engineers.