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SFU Cafe Scientifique Fall 2022

 

Going Viral: The Mathematics of Infectious Diseases

Mathematical biologist Dr. Ben Ashby gives us a look into the world of epidemiology and evolution to learn how mathematical models can help us understand infectious diseases.

Tuesday October 25, 2022
5:00-6:30PM PST via Zoom

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Astrostatistics; Or, Everything Old is New Again

Dr. David Stenning of the Department of Statistics and Actuarial Sciences will speak on how new, interdisciplinary research is advancing both astronomy and statistics. These advancements apply to areas such as discovering Earth-like exoplanets, characterizing alien solar systems, predicting solar activity and space weather.

Tuesday November 22, 2022
5:00-6:30PM via Zoom

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SCIENCE SPOOKTACULAR - October 29th, 2022

We are excited for the in-person return of our annual Halloween-themed science fair event at SFU Burnaby. Join us on campus to experience cryptic chemistry, phantom physics and other exciting science demonstrations. All ages are welcome, and admission is free.

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Science Rendezvous 2022

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Trottier Observatory & Science Courtyard

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K-12 Resources for Parents & Teachers

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2022 NOBEL PRIZE LECTURES

Each year, the Faculty of Science chooses experts from SFU to explain the importance of the recent Nobel Prizes awarded for physics, chemistry and medicine/physiology. 

Thank you to everyone who joined us for this year's Lectures! We appreaicte and thank our presenters Dr. Rob Britton, Dr. Edgar Young, and Dr. Kirsten Zickfeld.

See you at next year's Nobel Prize Lectures!