The King's Centre for Visualization in Science

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The King's Centre for Visualization in Science is a research centre of The King's University, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada committed to improving the global public understanding of science through research and the creation and dissemination of peer-reviewed interactive electronic learning tools to see and understand science. Astrophysicist Brian Martin and Chemist Peter Mahaffy founded the centre in 2005 as a legacy of the NSERC Centres for Research in Youth Science Teaching Learning (CRYSTAL-Alberta) program. Peter Mahaffy is the current director. The work of the centre is carried out with regional, national, and international partners. The King's Centre for Visualization in Science is energized by the talent and enthusiasm of a creative interdisciplinary team of undergraduate students and faculty collaborators!

The King’s Centre for Visualization in Science respectfully acknowledges that we are located on Treaty 6 territory, traditional lands of First Nations and Metis people. In our work to help learners see and understand science, we seek reconciliation both with the diverse indigenous people who made and make their homes here and with the earth that supports and nourishes life.

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