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.
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Small Town Global Great
On April 19, 1912, chemist Glenn Theodore Seaborg was born in Ishpeming, Michigan. A Nobel laureate in Chemistry, Seaborg was also the principal or co-discoverer of ten elements or chemical substances including plutonium. As a pioneer in nuclear medicine he … Continue reading
An Earth Mover
On April 18, 1906, the most destructive earthquake in US history devastated much of San Francisco. This event, approximately 8.0 on the yet-to-be-invented Richter scale, occurred along the San Andreas Fault, a tectonic plate boundary from which the Earth’s crust … Continue reading