Who we are
The Nova Scotian Institute of Science (NSIS) is a membership organization which represents and promotes science to Nova Scotians. We invite anyone interested in science to become a member of the Institute.
What we do
  • present a monthly series of free public talks on science topics and issues.
  • publish a scholarly publication entitled: Proceedings of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science.
  • sponsor an annual science writing competition for university students.
  • support and provide prizes for regional school science fairs.
  • provide a mentorship program for university science students.
  • meet on a monthly basis.
  • maintain a library of journals from scientific societies around the world.

Upcoming NSIS tour of Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens - July 14, 2013
NSIS members and guests are invited to share a summer outing together, visiting the beautiful Historic Gardens at Annapolis Royal on Sunday, July 14th. The admission fee for our group will be $7.50 plus tax per person and will include a 10:30am tour of the gardens. Please confirm your attendance with Michelle Paon (mpaon@dal.ca) by noon July 12th.
[Note: Members will arrange their own transportation on to Annapolis Royal. In case of rain, alternate dates will be: Sun. Aug 3 or Sat. Aug 10.]
For further information, please contact the NSIS President, Tom Rand, at the Institute's email address: nsis@chebucto.ns.ca.

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