The Roberta Bondar Foundation responds to the recognized need within society to educate and improve knowledge of the environment in a way that stimulates interest, excitement, creativity, responsibility, and for some, the desire for study in this area.
Bruce Peninsula National Park of CanadaLearn More
The Roberta Bondar FoundationLearn More
Latest Blog Posts
Working Up the J-Chain
On October 25, 1921, American molecular biologist and immunologist Marian Elliott Koshland was born. A Vassar graduate in bacteriology, she went to the University of Chicago for graduate work in bacteriology and immunology. In Chicago, she worked on ways to … Continue reading
As the Earth Moves
On October 24, 1908, Canadian geologist and geophysicist John Tuzo Wilson, CC, OBE, FRS, FRSC, FRSE was born. After academic studies on three continents, a stint with the Geological Survey of Canada, and the Royal Canadian (Army) Engineers, he taught … Continue reading