Resources

Below you will find websites, videos, reports and much more!

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Techsploration
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Techsploration

Techsploration provides young women from grades nine through twelve with opportunities to explore SETT occupations, while creating awareness about the critical role of work in their lives. This initiative allows girls to connect with women from a variety of SETT occupations, and highlights the significance of high school math and science for their future careers. Visit their webpage to learn more, and find out how your school can become involved!

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Women in Science
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Women in Science

Written and Illustrated by Rachel Ignotofsky
Charmingly illustrated and educational, this book highlights the contributions of 50 fearless pioneers who changed the world of STEM. This is an excellent resource for teachers and parents, and a great way to learn about women’s contributions to STEM!

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SciShow
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SciShow

This YouTube channel explores scientific subjects that will defy your expectations and make you even more curious!

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WWEST 'Best of the WWEST' Podcasts
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WWEST 'Best of the WWEST' Podcasts

Best of the WWEST is a podcast hosted by the Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology! This podcast will feature conversations with incredible women in STEM about their lives, careers, and everything in between! Episodes are released every two weeks, so make sure to subscribe to us on iTunes or your favourite podcast provider, and never miss an episode!

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Smarter Everyday
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Smarter Everyday

Explore fun topics, and the science behind everyday occurrences on this awesome YouTube channel.

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Periodic Videos
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Periodic Videos

This YouTube channel about chemistry has a video for each periodic table element, and uploads new videos every week about science news, interesting molecules and much more from the world of chemistry.

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Minute Physics
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Minute Physics

Using illustrations and voice overs, Minute Physics explains concepts in a fun, simple way.

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Sick Science
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Sick Science

On this YouTube channel, Steve Spangler demonstrates cool and simple science projects that you can do at home with household items.

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Coma Niddy
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Coma Niddy

Enjoy raps, skits, parodies and more, and learn about awesome topics like black holes, astronomy, and nanotechnology.

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