As you may know, invasive species like the mountain pine beetle are a real threat to Canadian Forests. Next time you are in a wooded area, take a close look the trees. Are the branches a little bare? Are the leaves and bark marked with blemishes or holes?
BC Green Games is Science World's digital eco-storytelling contest open to BC students from kindergarten to grade 12. The goal of the contest is to motivate BC students to initiate environmental actions within their school and local community and to share their inspiring eco-stories.
When my daughter asked me why people get grey hair, my immediate response was, of course, that kids cause it. Later, I looked into the question a little more scientifically, but the answer was not black and white.
Oct 4 & 5: Pink (Breast Cancer Awareness) Oct 7: Teal (Trigeminal Neuralgia Awareness) Oct 10: Purple (World Mental Health Day) Oct 11: ??? (
LIGHT opens) Oct 15: Pink & Blue (Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness) Oct 18 & 24: ??? (
SWAD nights) Oct 26–31: Jack-o'-lantern
Our popular Murder Mystery evening returns! Dress up in your best sleuthing outfit and mix, mingle and explore the science centre in an adult-only atmosphere. Keep your eye out for clues and solve our Science World exclusive murder mystery!
Share your memories of Science world and be entered in a draw for a 25-year Family Membership and round trip for 4 from Vancouver to Whistler on Rocky Mountaineer! For every photo you upoload to the Science World British Columbia Memories album, TELUS will donate $2.50 to help support Science World’s mission.