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RCIScience Talk Archive
RCIScience Talks cover a wide spectrum of scientific disciplines. From microbiology and cosmology to psychology and aerospace engineering, explore the latest issues in science. Visit our online archive of recorded talks.
RCIScience has unique and interactive events lined up for you in various locations. Attend a talk with a outstanding science communicators, award-winning scientists and explore the science behind everyday life!
The Foundation Lecture features Natural Science and Engineering Council (NSERC) award-winning scientists in a lecture to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Canadian Institute founding in 1849.
Toronto Explore some of the common misconceptions of movement, learn how to perfect performance and discover how to recuperate and maintain movement throughout life.
Toronto Join RCIScience and the Friends of Fort York for a special evening celebrating Toronto’s scientific heritage in one of the city’s most historic spaces.
Mississauga Take a peek into the lives of unsupervised cats, and learn what you can do to improve the lives of cats and birds!
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.
Toronto Let’s take a look beyond the hype of a voyage to Mars. What are the benefits and risks to humankind? What should humans consider as we begin exporting our species to other planets?
Mississauga Join RCIScience as we continue our Women in STEM series and celebrate National Engineering Month.
Waterloo An exploration of flood risk mitigation at the household and community level.
Toronto Music forges deep connections in the brain. Neuroscientists are just beginning to understand these connections and how to use them to help heal the brain after injury from stroke or degenerative disease.
Mississauga Join former biophysics student turned video game developer Eric Green as he shares his journey in life and science and his work to gamify education using video game technologies.