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Biweekly, Thursday 12-2, Week 1    
space available

 

Our natural world is a web of wonder, beauty and complexity. In this workshop we will take a broad look at natural phenomena through many scientific disciplines. These may include psychology, chemistry, physics, geology, bacteriology and more. We will see that there are many ways in which scientific studies overlap to inform our everyday existence. Each session will focus on an article of your choice, generally from the current year of the journal Scientific American. Other source material may include scientific magazines such as Discovery Magazine, Science News, Science, and The New Scientist.

Facilitators:

Linda Tu (lindatu@sympatico.ca) is a scientist by training and persuasion. She has taught science courses at university level and informally to bright children.

Workshop Notes:

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