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AMASE: ICE CREAM DAY!

Dr. Joanne O'Meara and junior scientist Mara tackle this tasty treat, and stick around for a guest appearance by former Guelph Physics alumni Josh!

AMASE: Stability

Dr. Joanne O'Meara and junior scientist Mara tackle the idea of stability, balance, and centre of mass!

AMASE: How Does the Light in the Fridge Work?

Today 3M National Teaching Fellowship recipient Dr. Joanne O'Meara and junior scientist Mara answer a question from some students at JD Hogarth Public School who want to know the answer to one of the oldest questions in science... how do you know the light in the fridge goes out when you close the door?!

AMASE: Green Screen Fun!

Are you and your junior scientist feeling the strain of quarantine? Did you realize that adventure was only a few shets of green cardboard away? Join 3M National Teaching Fellowship recipient Dr. Joanne O'Meara and Mara as they explain how green screens work!

AMASE: Bending Light with Optics

In today's video we go through the introductory theories of optics to explain why a paddle looks bent when it is underwater.

AMASE: How Do Straws Work?

In this video, 3M National Teaching Fellowship recipient Dr. Joanne O'Meara and junior scientist Mara explain how straws work!

AMASE: How Do Roller Coasters Work?

For today's Ask Me Anything: Science Edition, our very own Princess Physics tackles the question of How Do Roller Coasters Work?

AMASE: Why Do We See Stars?

For today's Ask Me Anything Science Edition special guest Jay Ingram chats with our very own Dr. Joanne O'Meara and explains why we see stars when we bonk our noggins. 

Jay was the former host of Discovery Channel's Daily Planet, CBC's Quirks and Quarks, best selling author, co-founder of Beakerhead and Member of the Order of Canada. 

AMASE: Schrodinger's Cat

Today's episode comes from a follower on Instagram who wanted us to explain Schrodingers cat!

Please enjoy this epic ode to both cats, and quantum mechanics.

AMASE: Rainbows

For today's Ask Me Anything: Science Edition, our very own Princess Physics tackles the question of Where Do Rainbows Come From?

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