Polar Knowledge Canada
May, 28 2018

Join us on Wednesday, May 30th at 7 pm to learn more about Polar Knowledge Canada and their work in the north. You’ll also have a chance to share your perspectives on research...

Branden Walker
May, 14 2018

Thursday, May 17 at 6 pm, come to ARI for a research talk by Branden Walker, who uses drones to map snow, and looks at how the changes in local vegetation cover may impact our...

Science Rendezvous
May, 11 2018

ARI and BDEC are proud to be hosting the 4th Science Rendezvous in Inuvik. Come on out to the Elementary School this Saturday between 11am and 3pm...

Winter Streamflow in the Western Canadian Arctic
May, 3 2018

Join us at ARI Thursday May 3 at 6pm for a research presentation by Tim Ensom of Wilfred Laurier University.  We’ll have snacks and door prizes, and everyone is welcome. The...

Did the Sumerians see the Northern Lights in 2100 BC?
February, 6 2018

ARI is hosting a research presentation this Thursday, February 8, 2018, at 6 pm. Dr Wayne Horowitz of the Hebrew University...

International Mountain Day
December, 5 2017

In honour of International Mountain Day, the Aurora Research Institute and Parks Canada invite you to learn more about Ivvavik National Park: the landscape, the wildlife, the...

Research Advisory Council Member - Click for more information
November, 21 2017

The Aurora Research Institute (ARI) of Aurora College is seeking two external members for the Research Advisory Council (RAC), a standing committee of the Aurora College...

September, 22 2017

The Aurora Research Institute will be hosting a presentation by an air quality research team from Environment and Climate Change Canada. ARI has been helping them monitor...

July, 18 2017

On Tuesday, July 25th at 7 pm at The Aurora Research Institute, Drew Ann Wake and Dr. Christie will give a remarkable presentation titled “Thunder in our...

Science Rendezvous 2017
May, 3 2017

Science Rendezvous - May 13, 2017

Please join us for Science Rendezvous, a nation-wide event that takes science out of the lab and onto the street. We will have numerous demonstrations and activities that integrate science, engineering, technology and human ingenuity. The event offers visitors of all ages a chance to meet with researchers, conduct experiments and, above all, have fun while discovering science in a whole new way. Complete the Science Passport to enter a chance to win one of our exciting prizes!

Event is free, fun for the whole family.

The event will take place at East Three Elementary School on Saturday, May 13th from 11 am-3 pm.