Waterloo A look at how dynamic visual acuity tests can improve elite athletic training and provide more accurate assessments of individuals who have a sport-related concussion.
Mississauga Mathematician Matheus Grasselli talks about his new novel, The Venetian Files, a mystery-thriller based on the 2008 financial crisis.
Waterloo Explore how the collective behaviour of fish shapes their learning and decision making.
Toronto Join the Universe Discovery Project at York University for an engaging panel exploring the Big Questions of our origins. How did the universe originate and evolve? What can science tell us about the origin of life?
Toronto Paul Sokoloff from the Canadian Museum of Nature shares his experiences taking part in simulated Mars missions and discusses his work cataloguing plant, lichen and algae diversity at the Mars Desert and Arctic Research Stations.
Toronto What goes in to a truckle of cheddar or a wheel of Brie, besides milk and time? Cheesemaking depends on many things and balancing them all is the cheesemaker’s art. Join RCIScience as we explore the art and science of cheese, the food that our brains are hard-wired to enjoy!
Ottawa While change has been termed a normal state of affairs in the Arctic, the pace and extent of current ecological and societal transformations are unprecedented. Join RCIScience and the Institute for Science, Society and Policy (ISSP) for another engaging panel exploring the science, societal and political implications of changes in the Arctic.
Toronto For the last thirty years, professional mathematicians have not performed calculations by hand, except in very special circumstances - machines can do them faster, with more variables and without error. So what exactly do the math pros do? And how do we teach the next generation to live and work in this world?
Waterloo Is child play simply play? Can early numeracy skills be introduced through play, even tech play? And are educational apps actually educational? Join RCIScience for an exploration of the kindergarten math curriculum, uncover the wild west of apps, and take a look at how mathematical concepts outlined in the LittleCounters® program can be weaved in to everyday activities, including playing with mobile apps.
Mississauga Join former biophysics student turned maverick entrepreneur Eric Ocelewski as he shares his journey in life and science and how a cancer diagnosis brought him into Canada’s health-care system.
Waterloo An exploration of flood risk mitigation at the household and community level.
Toronto Meet the ‘Godfather of the human genome project’, George Church, as he takes us on a tour of one of today’s most active areas of science - genomics. From copying extinct DNA into living species to preventing environmental disasters, hear how the influence of genomics is already far beyond medicine.
Toronto Join RCIScience and York University for a special presentation by Dr. Michael Organ, winner of the 2018 NSERC Polanyi Prize.
Mapping Ontario’s Energy Transition: The Land-Use and Landscape Impacts of Renewable Energy Development
Waterloo A look at research into the land-use requirements and landscape impacts of intensive renewable energy development, followed by an exploration of a toolkit that is being developed to help understand and manage land-use impacts at the local level.