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Welcome to SuperNOVA at Dalhousie University



We are a not-for-profit initiative of Dalhousie University that provides youth in Atlantic Canada with fun, educational, and inspiring experiences in science, engineering, technology and mathematics (STEM).

Through exciting classroom workshops, high-impact clubs and events, and our amazing summer camp programs, youth explore the importance of STEM in their lives, interact with inspiring mentors, and develop critical skills and attitudes for lifelong learning. Click here to learn more about our organization.


News and Upcoming Events 


SuperNOVA Camp Location

Just a reminder to all parents that our camps take place on the Studley campus of Dalhousie University! We hold pick-up and drop-off every day at the Wallace McCain Learning Commons, which is on the corner of Castine Way and Lord Dalhousie Drive. 

If you have any trouble finding us please call (902) 210-6220.


Ocean Science and Technology Mini-Camp!

We're very excited to be participating in this year's Science Odyssey week where we will be holding a Ocean Science and Technology Mini-Camp after school for Grades 4-6, 4:00-6:00 PM on May 9th-13th, 2016. In this mini-camp we will learn all about oceanography, marine biology and ocean technology through hands-on exciting activities and projects. 

For more information please call us at (902) 210-6220. To register please follow the red link on the home page of our website.


Look what we built!

We had an amazing time at the National Engineering Month 11th Annual Popsicle Stick Bridge Competition and Engineering Display last Saturday at the Halifax Central Library! We set up an activity to see how big of a gummy and toothpick structure that we could make if everyone added onto the same structure, and it turned out so well! Check it out!