Posts Tagged ‘education’

Right Turn: How tea and humour are effective in knowledge translation – Part 2

Author: Stacey Johnson, 07/07/17

You’re back! Whether you stumbled onto this post or you sought it out following my introductory blog about Knowledge Translation (KT), I’m just glad you’re here. Now that you understand what KT is (hint: click on the link above if you need a definition) and why it’s essential that academics share their findings in a…Read more

Right Turn: Sparking STEM cells interest at Super Cells

Author: Erin Sugar, 10/16/15

. Walking through the doors of MaRS Discovery District’s Phase II building in Toronto, Canada brings visitors face to face with Super Cells: The Power of Stem Cells, a free, award-winning exhibition with the purpose of educating children and teens, ages 4-14, about stem cells, the process of scientific research and aspects of working in…Read more