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!

As part of Science Odyssey, we are interviewing a variety of STEM innovators...

As part of Science Odyssey, we are interviewing a variety of STEM innovators...

As part of Science Odyssey, we are interviewing a variety of STEM innovators...

Butterflies and other insects sip tears of crocodiles and other reptiles to gain salts

Various tropical male butterflies and other insects seek out sources of...

Over 250 visitors came out to Science World on the night of April 6 to have...

A coffee seedling resembles a butterfly before it develops it mature leaves

Coffee beans are the seeds of a coffee plant, found inside the fruit, which...

It’s always interesting to hear about a new exoplanet being discovered on...

A while back, I switched from using a deodorant to an antiperspiran

This month in the Science Park we lost our beloved Buff Orpington hen, G