Author: Emma Williams

  • Emma Williams was the Fulcrum's science & tech editor for the 2021-22 publishing year. Emma is a passionate third-year environmental science student at the University of Ottawa. As a returning editor she hopes to continue sharing her love for science with the U of O community. When she isn’t studying, she can be found outdoors hiking in Gatineau Park, reading or biking with friends.

Williams: The methane bomb

OUR TIME IS RUNNING OUT In the spirit of Halloween, the Fulcrum has been searching for something truly terrifying to discuss this week. Perhaps a lively... Read more.

Catch me at the club: MEC/MERCI

U of O club donates medical equipment to those in need What started as a U of O club called Medical Equipment Collection Foundation (MEC) has evolved into a... Read more.

Where are all the beetles going?

ALL YOU NEED IS BEETLES Sarah Dolson, a PhD candidate at the University of Ottawa, has always been interested in how animals and insects in particular are... Read more.

Bats: Some positive press

LET'S GIVE BATS A BREAK Growing up, Cory Toth wanted to answer a large animal behaviour question. He admired David Attenborough and strived to emulate his... Read more.

Space: Let’s talk about it

U OF T STUDENTS LAUNCH SOUND OF SPACE PODCAST Podcasts are rapidly becoming everybody’s favorite way to consume media. They’re convenient, educational,... Read more.