Science World Blog

Check in regularly for a fun and unique perspective on science news and what's happening with Science World across British Columbia. Our bloggers also delve into quirky topics that you never even knew you were curious about!

young people in the garden
Discover what's new in the Science Park!
Science World then and now
What did the people of the 80’s imagine the world would look like today?
Science world presenters on location

One day, maybe you’ll be high-fiving Brian at a show in your community.

Jan de Beer's Tides turns waste into art.

What does the size and shape of a brain mean for an animal?

Curator interpreting math content

Mathematical patterns can be spotted throughout the natural world in things...

child observing a sunflower
Why are spirals so abundant in nature?
Mom in nature with stroller

Spring has sprung!

multi-coloured carrots

A Future Science Leaders Guest post.