Curiosity on Stage - This week: Medical Curiosity: The Organs of the Stomach

CSTM
Canada Science and Technology Museum
Jun 1, 2019
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Curiosity on Stage - This week: Medical Curiosity: The Organs of the Stomach
Location
Demo Stage
When
Times
1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Fee
Included with admission
Language
Bilingual
Language Comments
Presentation in English with a bilingual Q+A.

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math? Curiosity on Stage is a series of short, interactive presentations that brings you face-to-face with researchers and innovators. Each week, a featured speaker delivers an engaging presentation followed by an interactive Q-and-A session. Curiosity on Stage invites you to learn directly from people working in the science and technology-related fields. Find out what they do and why it matters – and leave inspired by their stories of curiosity, overcoming obstacles, and innovation.

While everyone is welcome on the Demo Stage, this program is recommended for ages 10+.

This week: Medical Curiosity: The Organs of the Stomach

The University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine

Join medical students from the University of Ottawa as they share some tips to recognize and prevent some common health issues. Touch 3D printed models of the human body and learn about the organs of the stomach in this interactive presentation.

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Coming Up:

June 8 - Ottawa Art Gallery (OAG) - Juan Geuer: The Science of Art

June 15 - Dr. Mary Beth Laychak

June 29 - Pascal Fallavollita, University of Ottawa

July 13 - Ottawa Art Gallery

July 20 - Greg Mitchell, Wildlife Research Division, Environment and Climate Change Canada

July 27 - Oren Petel, Carleton University - Impacts and X-rays - A look inside helmet testing

August 3 - Medical Curiosity

August 10 - Ottawa Art Gallery

August 17 - Medical Curiosity

August 24 - Cynthia Cruickshank, Carleton University

August 31 - Sebastian Hadjiantoniou, Incuvers - From ideation to discovery: The past, present and future of science

November 2 - Issac Tamblyn, NRC-CNRC

November 16 - Emily Standen, Uottawa