Outreach

SNOLAB Outreach

The Education and Outreach team at SNOLAB brings the excitement and innovation of the experiments underway in the lab to students and communities. Sharing the science at SNOLAB and the people behind it, supports science literacy and inspires the next generation of scientists, technicians, and innovators.   If you have a media inquiry, please visit SNOLAB’s media page. 

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Resources

The Education and Outreach team at SNOLAB have created a number of resources to help share the science underway at SNOLAB with K-12 audiences and to support public education initiatives. TedEd videos from SNOLAB The animated lessons below were created by members of the SNOLAB team. Find questions to help you dig deeper into the […]

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A look inside SNOLAB

A day at SNOLAB No matter where you are located, you can take a look around the SNOLAB facility using our virtual tour experience. Navigate your way around the lab from your desktop or mobile device, or choose the options for VR goggles. Take a guided tour of SNOLAB with Nobel laureate Dr. Art McDonald. […]

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Special events + summer schools

SNOLAB hosts and participates in special events throughout the year, including local community initiatives in Sudbury and international events within the astroparticle physics community. Working with our institutional partners, SNOLAB also hosts and supports a variety of summer schools for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students. TRISEP is an international graduate level summer school organized jointly by […]

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Art + science

Drift: Art and dark matter The Drift artist in residency program was implemented in 2019 and is a partnership between the Agnes Etherington Art Gallery at Queen’s University, the McDonald Institute and SNOLAB. The goal is to bring artists and researchers together to explore the search for dark matter.   Global Physics Photowalk In this annual event, amateur and professional […]

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Exhibits at Science North

For an introduction to the science being conducted at SNOLAB, visit the SNOLAB exhibits at Science North Science North is Canada’s second largest science centre and is located in Sudbury Ontario. The Space Place on the 4th floor of the centre features a  diffusion cloud chamber, the object theatre about dark matter research called Between the Stars, a model of the underground facility, and our virtual tour.

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