In 1997, CAGIS launched its first-ever website. See what the old CAGIS Clubhouse used to look like and hear about the revamped version’s new features.
Beeswax wraps are great for covering cold and room temperature foods that will be eaten within a few hours, or up to one day later, which makes them perfect for packing same-day lunches. Do not use beeswax wraps on highly perishable foods or foods that you plan on keeping for more than a day.
Meet Bhavishyaa, a 12-year-old student, active CAGIS member, and Space enthusiast! Bhavishyaa recently participated in the Canadian Space Agency’s first Space Brain Hack and was awarded the Grand Prize in the grade 6 to 8 category!
CAGIS Teen Ambassadors and grade 10 IB students, Bianca and Daniella Almeida, have taken the initiative to bring their passion for robotics to their secondary school. The twins joined CAGIS in 2015, and have been Teen Ambassadors for the past three years.
Your challenge is to create a wind-up sea turtle that can swim for the longest amount of time!
This is your chance to be a bioengineer, test materials, and keep a popsicle stick person safe on a block of ice!
Did you know that plants are smarter than we think? CAGIS Hamilton got up close and personal with some amazing plants that can move, lure and catch prey, or even have their own defense system.
Have you ever wondered how medicines are made at a microscopic or nanoparticle scale? Join CAGIS Vancouver and scientists from chemical company, Evonik, for a fun, hands-on experience!
Have you ever recorded your voice on a phone or in a studio? Do you know how it works? In this session, we will receive FREE sound recorder kits in the mail and HACK them to learn the science, engineering, and mathematics of electronics!
How can you land a rover on the Moon safely? Test your engineering skills with this STEM Challenge!