"Science does not know its debt to imagination."
~Ralph Waldo Emerson, Letters and Social Aims, 1876
Memorial University’s Faculty of Science is at work in your community, bringing the experience of science to you in a number of fun and exciting ways, including through the Ocean Sciences Centre School Program and the FOSTER Science Program.
Through Memorial’s Let’s Talk Science partnership, we are committed to reaching all youth in the province, especially those in remote and rural areas of Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Cenovus Energy Eastern Newfoundland Science and Technology Fair, sponsored in part by the Faculty of Science, is an annual event that brings together grades 7-12 students from Eastern Newfoundland in a unified celebration of science.
The Blundon Contest is named for the late Professor W.J. Blundon, the first head of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Memorial University. The Blundon Contest is written each year on the same date as the CEMC Pascal, Cayley, and Fermat contests. The first place winner is presented with the Blundon Shield at the Blundon Seminar, a two-day event for selected high school students held each May on our St. John's campus.