20 Jun

Why Should Robotics Be Taught in Schools?

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4 Apr

Is Canada a Math Education Power House?

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3 Apr

Pueblo Science Fundraiser 2018

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4 Aug

Women in coding – hacking the gender gap

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3 Aug

Coding skills in high demand

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1 May

Executive Director Mayrose Salvador featured on Be the Next Her

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25 Mar

Palmerston STEM Night

Part of our initiative at Pueblo Science is to spread Science awareness among the youth. On March 22nd 2018, we were a part of Palmerston Public School’s STEM Night, demonstrating physics and chemistry concepts to students at the school. Over a hundred students from grades 1 to 6 participated in activities at the event; including […]

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15 Mar

Encouraging the Next Generation of Women Innovators

In the days leading up to International Women’s Day, Executive Director Mayrose Salvador had the opportunity to talk to media sites across Canada promoting gender equality and discussing ways to encourage more women to work in STEM. Women comprise a significant percentage of STEM degrees graduates, yet they are under-represented in STEM careers with 20 […]

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13 Mar

How Canada can bridge its gender deficit in STEM subjects?

STEM fields in Canada are dominated by men — with 20 per cent fewer women venturing into such careers. How can this imbalance be addressed? Mayrose Salvador, founder of Pueblo Science, has some answers. One reason why so few women are studying or employed in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) areas is due to […]

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21 Jan

Hart House Family Sunday: It’s all about the bases (and acids)

On January 21, Pueblo Science hosted its fifth Curious Kids Love Science! event in collaboration with the University of Toronto’s Family Sundays program at Hart House. Our volunteers devoted their time and energy to create a successful event bringing joy and excitement to over 80 participants. Through a range of visual and hands-on activities, we […]

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