PhD candidate Sasha Weiditch, or @SciGirlSash as she’s better known on social media, talks about her research and the importance of science communication and visibility in STEM.
Bryan Koivisto, Director of Ryerson University’s Science Discovery Zone and chair of RCIScience’s panel ‘Back to the Future: Yesterday’s Research brings Tomorrow’s Innovations’ shares his thoughts on innovating academia.
Why study climate change in Canadian lakes? Canada has about 3-7 million lakes which account for about 20% of the world’s freshwater. These lakes are a non-renewable resource that contains potable water as well as food sources. Additionally, they are economically, socially and culturally significant resources.