Earlier this year, a group of young scientists from across Canada participated in the prestigious London International Youth Science Forum (LIYSF). This remarkable event, a two-week program held annually, gathers over 500 students aged 16-21 from more than 70 countries.
A testament to excellence in STEM and cultural exchange - Team Canada has been crowned the Best Delegation at the prestigious MILSET Expo-Sciences International (ESI) 2023.
This weekend, 31 of Canada’s brightest science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) students will embark on a journey of a lifetime to this year’s MILSET ESI, which takes place in Puebla, Mexico
Edmonton's Elizabeth Chen and Toronto's Arushi Nath earn top honors at 34th European Union Contest for Young Scientists in Brussels
Five Canadian high school students received seven awards at the world’s leading youth STEM project competition – the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair, held in Dallas, May 14 to 19.
Applications for Team Canada to the 2023 Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair now closed
Youth Science Canada, Canada’s national organization engaging youth through STEM projects, has closed applications for selection to Team Canada-ISEF 2023. In total, 96 applications from 9 provinces plus 2 students living abroad were submitted and will be evaluated to go onto the second round.
Youth Science Canada issues last call for students, Grades 9-12 (and Cégep), to join Team Canada at Regeneron ISEF 2023
Youth Science Canada, a national organization engaging youth through STEM projects, encourages Canadian students, Grades 9-12 (including Cégep in Quebec), to apply for one of eight spots on Team Canada-ISEF 2023. The deadline to apply is Thursday, December 15
Hanze (Louis) Wu, Koral Kulacoglu and Annabelle Rayson represented Canada at the EU Contest for Young Scientists event in the Netherlands, taking home top prizes for their outstanding projects.