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Dim, 2019-09-22 02:51 by Reni Barlow
  This weekend, 45 of Canada’s brightest science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) students gathered at Toronto Pearson to embark on a journey of a lifetime to this year’s MILSET Expo-Sciences International (ESI), which takes place in Abu Dhabi, September 22 to 28. Young innovators and chaperones from every province and two territories are representing the country at this year’s edition of ESI, an international event that brings together students from nearly 60 countries to showcase the creativity of young scientists from all over the world. En savoir plus
Mar, 2019-09-17 20:23 by Reni Barlow
  Manning Whitby of Toronto received one of eight EIROforum Special Awards during this morning’s awards ceremony at EUCYS 2019 in Sofia, Bulgaria. The award, from EUROfusion, a consortium of national fusion research institutes, includes a one-week trip to the agency’s facility in Culham, UK. Whitby, together with Bhavya Mohan of Ottawa, represented Canada at the international competition, which rewards and celebrates promising young scientists from Europe and beyond, who present their projects to a panel of international judges. En savoir plus
sam, 2019-09-14 15:32 by Reni Barlow
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Mer, 2019-09-11 20:43 by Reni Barlow
  Six Canada-Wide Science Fair alumni were among the 50 top students to receive the Schulich Leadership Scholarship– the largest Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) scholarship in Canada: En savoir plus
Mer, 2019-09-11 08:43 by Reni Barlow
Six anciens participants à l’Expo-sciences pancanadienne figurent parmi les 50 meilleurs étudiants à recevoir la prestigieuse bourse d’études Schulich Leadership Scholarship — la plus importante au Canada attribuée dans le domaine des sciences, technologies, ingénierie et mathématiques (STIM). Les heureux lauréats sont les étudiants suivants : En savoir plus
Lun, 2019-08-19 11:25 by Reni Barlow
  Thanks in part to scholarships awarded at the 2019 Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF), nineteen students attended the STEM Entrepreneurship Bootcamp last week, organized by York University’s Bergeron’s Entrepreneurs in Science and Technology (BEST) program. The STEM Entrepreneurship Bootcamp allows some of Canada’s most talented and accomplished student innovators to examine their award-winning projects with a critical eye to see how they can transform their novel ideas into successful businesses. En savoir plus
Dim, 2019-07-28 16:54 by Reni Barlow
  Canada's first participation in the China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest (CASTIC) delivers two gold medals and two special awards in Macau. Kai Leong (18) of Vancouver, BC (right in photo) and Peter (Danmeng) Zhu (16) of Moncton, NB (left in photo) received two of the 13 available International First Prize Awards (gold medals) and two Gao Shiqi Foundation of China Science and Technology Special Awards at the prestigious international youth STEM project competition, billed as the largest in Asia. En savoir plus
Dim, 2019-07-28 10:20 by Reni Barlow
  Le Canada remporte deux médailles d’or et deux prix spéciaux à Macau lors de sa toute première participation au concours de jeunes innovateurs en science et technologie de la Chine, soit le China Adolescents Science and Technology Innovation Contest (CASTIC). En savoir plus
Jeu, 2019-07-18 11:26 by Reni Barlow
  Selected from more than 465 finalists who competed in Fredericton at the 2019 Canada-Wide Science Fair in May, Kai Leong (left in photo), an 18-year-old student from Vancouver, British Columbia and Peter Zhu (right in photo), a 17-year-old student from Moncton, New Brunswick are heading to Macau, China to present their projects at the 34th China Adolescent Science and Technology Innovation Contest (CASTIC). En savoir plus
Ven, 2019-05-17 16:35 by Reni Barlow
  Du 12 au 18 mai, Phoenix a été l’hôte de l’édition 2019 de l’Intel ISEF, ce championnat mondial des expo-sciences auquel huit élèves canadiens ont pris part. Pendant six jours, les quelque 1 800 élèves originaires de plus de 80 pays ont donné le meilleur d’eux-mêmes lors de cette compétition. Les élèves peuvent gagner des prix et des bourses d’études totalisant 5 millions de dollars lors de cet événement extraordinaire. Le Canada a été bien représenté par des élèves talentueux qui ont décroché cinq prix.  En savoir plus
Ven, 2019-05-17 15:04 by Reni Barlow
  Fredericton (Nouveau-Brunswick), le 16 mai 2019 – Le jury a statué, le jury a voté. Le projet scientifique le plus inspirant et le plus ingénieux du Canada cette année est l'œuvre de Bhavya Mohan, un jeune de 16 ans, étudiant de 10e année à Ottawa, qui vient de remporter le prix du Meilleur projet de l'Expo-sciences pancanadienne 2019 (ESPC). Bhavya apprenait la grande nouvelle hier, à l'Université du Nouveau-Brunswick de Fredericton où se déroule l'événement. En savoir plus
Ven, 2019-05-17 10:49 by Reni Barlow
  Phoenix, Arizona hosted the 2019 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF) May 12-18, where eight Canadian students competed for top prizes. The rigorous six day competition brought out the best in the approximate 1,800 students who participate every year from more than 80 countries. This amazing experience allows students to win prizes and scholarships which total an astonishing 5 million dollars. Canada was well represented by this talented group of students who brought home five awards.  En savoir plus
Jeu, 2019-05-16 17:30 by Reni Barlow
  Fredericton (New Brunswick), May 16, 2019 – The jury is out. The judgment is rendered. Canada's most inspiring and ingenious science project in 2019 belongs to Bhavya Mohan, a 16-year-old, grade 10 student from Ottawa. Bhavya received the news that he had earned the Best Fair Project award at Canada-Wide Science Fair 2019 on May 16th at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton. En savoir plus
Ven, 2019-05-03 12:43 by Reni Barlow
  Six years ago, Adam Noble won the Best Project Award at the 2013 Canada-Wide Science Fair in Lethbridge, Alberta. He’s now the CEO and Founder of Noblegen, a company that is redefining the future of nutrition, based on the project that won him top honours. This month, the partnership of Noblegen and Trent University received federal funding of $800,000 over three years from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) to advance the work Adam began in high school. En savoir plus
Mer, 2019-04-24 18:11 by Reni Barlow
  Cameron Dundas, Kass Reece, Sebastian Bolton, Justin Clifton, Floyd Dundas, Alexa Bolton and Sami Pardy, are seven students from Hartley Bay who recently experienced the full impact of science and exploration. While breaking out of their comfort zones at the Pacific Northwest Regional Science Fair, these students discovered much more than the fair itself. “We believe that it is very important for our students to have a chance to socialize and learn outside of the village”, says teacher Ryan Saunders. En savoir plus
Mar, 2019-04-23 18:06 by Reni Barlow
  On March 10th, 2019 the tragic plane crash in Ethiopia hit close to home for the Youth Science Canada Community. CWSF 2010 alumna Danielle Moore, 24, was on the flight, headed to the UN Environmental Assembly in Nairobi to represent Canada as a Youth Delegate. YSC wishes to remember Danielle for the amazing work she accomplished and her significant contributions to environmental justice. En savoir plus

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