VISIT SNOLAB WITH DIGITAL MI'KMAQ
Are you a high school student interested in science?
Tell us what you love most about science and you could join us for an all expense paid trip to SNOLAB in Sudbury, Ontario. Only 16 spots are available. Students must be 16-18 years old at the time of the trip.
Students and chaperones will fly to the Greater Sudbury Airport on Sunday, May 27 and fly home on Wednesday, May 29th. Students and chaperones will stay at Laurentian University located in Greater Sudbury, Ontario. All flights, accommodations, and meals will be covered.
What is the SNOLAB?
SNOLAB is an internationally-recognized research facility located near Sudbury, Ontario and houses one of the deepest laboratories in the world. This underground laboratory is located 2km underground in the Vale Creighton Mine. Research at the SNOLAB is focused on the search for dark matter and neutrino properties and sources.
Additional activities will include:
Doran Planetarium: The largest planetarium in Northern Ontario. Students will discover discover what we know about dark matter and black holes
Science North: An interactive science museum in Greater Sudbury
Geology Tour: A guided tour of the famous Sudbury Basin and Living Lakes Centre.
How do you apply?
If you are interested in being one of three chaperones on this trip, please email JessicaCLong12@gmail.com for more information. All flights, accommodations, and meals will be covered.
STUDENTS: Please fill in the form below to apply!