Learn about the unusual animals that live in the sea. 1:30-2:30 pm for children 4 to 7 and 3-4 pm for children 8 to 12. Workshop includes a craft activity.
Sharks have existed for about 400 million years! 1:30-2:30 pm for children 4 to 7 and 3-4 pm for children 8 to 12. Workshop includes a craft activity.
They're back: Albertosaurus, Dromeosaurus and company! 1:30-2:30 pm for children 4 to 7 and 3-4 pm for children 8 to 12. Workshop includes a craft activity.
Dr. Hiroshi Nishimune, Dept of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University
Dr. Narendrakumar Ramanan, Dept of Neuroscience, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
A unique documentary not to be missed! Presented by the Redpath Museum Student Club. All welcome.
A selection of origami masterpieces by artist and physicist Dr Robert J. Lang, one of the foremost origami artists in the world and a pioneer in computational origami and the development of formal design algorithms for folding.
Winter Seminar Series 2006: Sergiy Yakovenko, PhD postdoctoral fellow, Dept of Physiology, Université de Montréal
French: 11 am, 2 pm. English: 12 pm, 3 pm. Suitable for all ages. Includes folding lesson and introduction to the mathematics of origami. Participants will make an origami dinosaur or crane.
4 pm - Dr Brian Alters, Tomlinson Chair in Science Education and expert on evolution education: "Defending Darwin and evolution today"; 5 pm - evolutionary snacks, prepared by Redpath Museum Student Club; 6 pm - tour and presentation by Dr Hans Larsson, assistant prof, Vertebrate Paleontology and Developmental Evolution, and expert on Mesozoic vertebrates: "Defending evolution with fossils." Program will be repeated on Monday, Feb. 13.