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COVID-19 Update:

Dear Friends of MCYU,

Due to the ongoing health concerns surrounding Covid-19, classes and public events at McMaster University have been moved online.  In keeping with McMaster’s policies, MCYU will be cancelling its on-campus lecture series for the 2020-2021 school year. We are working with the Hamilton Public Library to try and bring you our MCYU in the City Workshops online.

How can you stay involved with MCYU this year?

Our programming has not slowed down! We have discovered new creative ways to engage with our community online. 

Our NEW KID ZONE page on our website has been set up as a place where children & youth can go to Question, Discover, Create with online lectures, activity challenges, a virtual sculpture tour and more!

The best way to stay up to date with us is to sign up for our mailing list.

We look forward to seeing all our friends soon.
Please take extra precautions to wash your hands, wear a mask and stay safe.
MCYU staff

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      Lecture: Rumours, Conspiracies & Lies! Oh My! How to Separate Fact from Fiction (with Dr. Mark Busser)

      11:00 AM-12:00 PM
      May 25, 2019
      1200 Main Street West, Ewart Angus Centre, Room 1A1, Hamilton, ON L8N 3Z5

      Lecture Description:

      RUMOURS, CONSPIRACIES & LIES! OH MY! HOW TO SEPARATE FACT FROM FICTION – Sometimes we hear rumours or stories about secret agents scheming to control some of history’s big events or trying to trick us into believing science that isn’t true. These stories can be a lot of fun! Yet sometimes these “conspiracy theories” can confuse us and cause problems of their own. Join us as we discover the kind of tools investigators use to spot fake news, debunk pseudo-science, and separate fact from fiction.
       

      Let’s Talk Science will run hands-on activities after the lecture from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

      Ages: 7-14 (whole family welcome)

      Cost: FREE

      Register Now!
       

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