Studies show that 50% of future jobs will require STEM skills and the demand for proficient STEM professionals is strong and growing, making it critical that we engage the world’s future workforce to pursue education and training in STEM disciplines. This is why ArcelorMittal Dofasco and McMaster University have committed to present the following activities at high school level. To participate in any of these activities please complete the form at: http://www.materialscamps.ca/everythying-is-material-show.html or send an email with your and your school name to firstname.lastname@example.org.
"MATERIALS SCIENCE BOOT CAMPS" (Experts on the field will present at your School)
1.- How Materials Behave Demos: (As many as can be fit in a class period):
2.- The Materials Science of Heat Transfer
It’s hot and it’s cold?
How does your thermos keep your chicken soup warm in the winter and your smoothies cold on a hot summer day? Why will the inside of a car with black seats heat up faster than one with grey seats on a road trip this summer to Montreal? Materials transfer heat and through effective materials selection, we can control how fast or slowly heat is transferred. In this presentation, with the help of a few scientific demonstrations, we explain:
TOURS AT MCMASTER
The “Highlights of the tours at McMaster University include”: (Transportation for this will be covered by the ArcelorMittal Dofasco grant).