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We live in an era in which science and technology are reshaping everything, from the way we work to the way we manage our lives and interact with the world. With fewer than 6 million children and youth, ages 3-17, in nada, we nnot afford to leave any behind. Let’s Talk Science supports the development of all youth into creative, critil thinkers and knowledgeable citizens who are prepared to participate and thrive in a complex global environment.


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Let's Talk Science Challenge

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Competitions held annually in April and May at participating Outreach sites

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Student Preparation Centre

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@LetsTalkScience 26 Jun

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to travel through the digestive system? In this webinar from Let’s Talk Science Outreach at Guelph University, participants will listen to a story and watch a live demonstration! https://t.co/SI1MNiLvml https://t.co/SdPnaAaXhk

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@LetsTalkScience 26 Jun

#FastFactFriday Einstein received his Nobel Prize in Physics in 1921 not directly for his theory of relativity, but for "his services to Theoretil Physics, and especially for his discovery of the law of the photoelectric effect." https://t.co/hzpKlEV3Vl https://t.co/3Hh25yMAfA

@LetsTalkScience 26 Jun

RT @Tomatosphere: Looking for videos to spark critil thinking and discussion? Check out our Space Video Channel to find thought provoking…