Welcome to my personal corner of Edu-Multimedia.com. I am a retired scientist with a background in Material Science and Engineering. After earning my B.Sc. and M.Sc. I went on to complete my Ph.D. from the University of Windsor.
I began my professional journey as an Engineer in the Powder Metallurgy Department, next a postdoctoral fellowship at Queen's University, where I conducted research on the physical properties of dual-phase steels. From there, I became a Research Scientist at Eldorado Nuclear, providing support for production and the development of new manufacturing processes for Uranium Dioxide. I spent many years as a Physical Scientist at Health Canada, where I built a Scanning Electron Microscopy Lab and a corrosion testing facility. My research there focused on the corrosion of dental and orthopedic implants, as well as the biodegradation of biomaterials.
At Edu-Multimedia, I create multimedia creatives that explore a wide range of topics, from biology and cell organelles to climate change and big history. These creatives are designed to be engaging, informative, and accessible to everyone.