We have franchises located around the world, who bring science education to millions of children each year. Our innovative programs help kids learn about science through our fun after-school programs, preschool programs, in-class workshops, camps, birthday parties and special events.
Mad Science encourages scientific literacy in children in an age when science is as vital as reading, writing and arithmetic and we don’t stop there.
For over 30 years, we have invested in research and development and continue to do so. We believe in the importance of being at the forefront of our industry and continue to create hands-on science programming for kids.
Our approach to teaching science invites children to pursue science, technology and engineering careers. We encourage parents, teachers and schools to contact a Mad Science location near you to find out more about services in your community.
Mad Science of Windsor was established in October 1998 under the franchise ownership of Michael D'Asti, OCT. He purchased the franchise as he has always had an interest in science and teaching. In fact, Michael holds a Bachelor of Science Degree (Honours Biological Sciences) from the University of Windsor, a Bachelor of Education Degree from the University of Western Ontario and he is an Ontario Certified Teacher registered with the Ontario College of Teachers.
Michael has assembled a team of professional Mad Scientists with about 100 years of combined teaching experience that are available to help educators, parents and youth group leaders in making science fun for children. Operating as "science centres on wheels" and combining education and entertainment to create their unique brand of science "edutainment", he and his team of Mad Scientists annually perform 1,600 or more hours of programs for over 23,000 children and their parents in the Windsor-Essex and Chatham-Kent areas.
With this kind of experience, it is no wonder that the Mad Science of Windsor & Chatham-Kent team understands what it takes to capture the attention of today's young audiences.