«Science» column

New Discoveries in Space

January 29th, 2017; By Laura Sciarpelletti

2016 was a big year for space news! While there was one unfortunate blunder—the ExoMars mission sent a lander and an orbiter to Mars but unfortunately the lander crashed into […]

STEM Career Profile: Astronomer

September 22nd, 2016; By Anthony Teles

The darkness of the night sky illuminates the countless stars, planets, and more that populate our universe. But have you wondered how we know all this? How can we measure […]

STEM Career Profile: Environmental Engineer

September 22nd, 2016; By Laura Sciarpelletti

Do you like researching, testing and then finding solutions to things? Do you care about lakes, forests, air pollution and just the environment in general? These things could make you […]

Career Profile: Chemical Engineer – Plastics Moulds

March 18th, 2016; By Meghan Brown

Chemical engineering is a field of engineering that encompasses aspects of the physical sciences such as physics and chemistry, along with applied mathematics and production economics, to design products and […]

Career Profile: Civil Engineer – Water Reclamation

March 18th, 2016; By Meghan Brown

Reclaimed water, also known as recycled water, is water that has been taken from an impure or contaminated source such as drainage runoff or sewage water and treated through various […]

I Love Nature…Can I Make That Into a Career?

January 26th, 2016; By Laura Sciarpelletti

Do you find yourself dreading having to be kept inside for hours at a time? Are you the one looking at bugs and rocks in the park while the other […]

The Storytelling of Science and the Science of Storytelling

January 26th, 2016; By Anthony Teles

In many ways, math and science are worlds apart from the creative arts. The first two rely on observation, testing, and rules. The creative arts, on the other hand, allow […]