For the Love of Science
Western Science regularly reaches out into the community to bring the wonder of science to youth, students,
Friends of Western University
Western Science Speaks is a bi-monthly podcast designed to introduce you to some of our interesting faculty and graduate students and the research they perform. From termites to telescopes to polymers that bring life-saving medications providing targetted treatment, let us share with
Western Worlds offers bi-weekly podcast programming that features an interview with space-relevant researchers, engineers, scientists, or advocates representing the local, national and global planetary science and exploration communities.
Western Science is proud of our long partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of London. As part of their education program, groups from the Boys and Girls Club of London visit Western Unversity to learn about a wide range of scientific topics. We invite you to explore their programs to get more information.
The purpose of the
Western Science is home to one of competition locations in
Hristo S. Sendov
Mathematics Outreach: http://www.math.uwo.ca/homepage-external-links/math-challenge/
A day of
Classes can visit Western's beautiful campus and engage with experts on a variety of topics from all of the departments within the Faculty of Science, including the Medical Sciences. Schedule permitting we are also happy to speak or deliver a workshop at your school.
Virtual school visits are available through the Virtual Researcher On Call (VROC) a project of Partners In Research.
A summer camp for students interested in computer science. Students age 11-15
Phone:(519) 661-2111 Ext. 86877
Classes Without Quizzes is Western’s free community lecture series offering topical, entertaining and insightful talks by some of Western’s leading faculty each month from October to April.
For more details on upcoming lectures, we invite to explore the Classes Without Quizzes
Cronyn Observatory Nights are a time to view the skies through the telescope and to pose your
For more information about the next public event, we invite you to explore the Observatory's
Join a school, public or family tour of the observatory. Learn about the night sky, black holes and massive stars with the country's future leaders in astronomy - our graduates.
Phone: (519) 661-2111 Ext 86554
Phone: (519) 661-2111 Ext 86861
Discover the wonderful world of insects! Get up close and personal with different insects and learn the importance of bugs in our environment at London Bug Day.
International Observe the Moon Night (InOMN) is an annual worldwide public event that encourages observation, appreciation, and understanding of our Moon and its connection to NASA planetary science and exploration. For the past seven
Check out the Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration for more information about the night.