Part of the National Science Chase series happening virtually all across Canada, the University of Guelph-Humber is hosting “Take Me To Space!”, a free, interactive, and all-ages event taking place this weekend.
#UofGH @GHScienceR is super excited to join colleagues across 🇨🇦 for the 2021 #virtual #ScienceChase @sci_rendezvous with @GetTogetherTO— GuelphHumber (@GHScienceR) April 20, 2021
& @AstroInAction! #OdySci @GHalumni @UofGHstudents #STEM #STEAM @guelphhumber
More info & register here: https://t.co/Isf2AvlL9r pic.twitter.com/V1iEzCRhnU
“Take Me To Space!” will see participants visualize their trip to space where they’ll learn about how the human body eats, sleeps, exercises, practises hygiene, and maintains personal wellness, all in a weightless environment. Participants will also learn about climate change on earth through space-based imagery and video that will allow for a better understanding of the Earth’s context in our universe. They’ll also discuss the life-sustaining properties of different planets which will emphasize the fragility of our own environment here on Earth and how important it is to think green in 2021!
There is a mix of pre-recorded, live, and interactive activities to participate in and the entire event is free, available to stream right to your home, and with a major focus on STEAM learning (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math).
Head over to the website to learn more and register right now.
Featured image courtesy of the University of Guelph-Humber via guelphhumber.ca