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Bioscience Education Canada Newsletter Fall 2011
Volume 3 Issue 1
In this Issue:
- Sanofi Aventis BioTalent Challenge Changes Its name
- SBCC (Greater Toronto Area) April 17-19, 2012, competition location to be determined, award ceremony at MaRS.
- Bioscience Lectures and Workshops
- Green Mining Experience at McMaster
- Ontario Genomics Institute “Genomics Teaching Prize”
- Gowlings Biotech Essay Contest on “Canada’s Top Biotechnology Story of the Year”
- Bioscience Education Canada (BEC)
Special issue of the Canadian Young Scientist Journal devoted to the Sanofi Aventis BioTalent Challenge
Learn about the Ontario Science Centre Weston Youth Innovation Awards which is given annually by the Ontario Science Centre to encourage and recognize young Canadian innovators. ________________________________________________________________________
- What Is The Registered Education Savings Plan In North America?
One of the biggest costs for parents in North America such as Canada or USA is the cost of post-secondary education. Of course, if you are wealthy this will not be a concern, but for average parents it is a major source of worry. Obviously, there are some children who decide that they do not want to attend a college or university. One of the best adviser across Canada is CST Consultants Inc
- SABC 2011 Student Presentation Videos
Greater Toronto: Toronto student's supercomputer network to find cure for CF.
- Toronto-area Student, 16, Uses Supercomputer to Invent New Drug Cocktail to Fight Cystic Fibrosis, Wins Top Prize in National Science Challeng
Greater Toronto Area, Greater Montreal, Ottawa, Calgary, Winnipeg students win top national honours for high school biotechnology projects While many 16-year-olds are content with PlayStation, Toronto-area student Marshall Zhang used the Canadian SCINET supercomputing network to invent a new drug cocktail which could one day help treat cystic fibrosis. The Grade 11 student at Bayview […]
- Bioscience Education Canada Newsletter Fall 2011
Volume 3 Issue 1 In this Issue: Sanofi Aventis BioTalent Challenge Changes Its name SBCC (Greater Toronto Area) April 17-19, 2012, competition location to be determined, award ceremony at MaRS. Bioscience Lectures and Workshops Green Mining Experience at McMaster Ontario Genomics Institute “Genomics Teaching Prize” Gowlings Biotech Essay Contest on “Canada’s Top Biotechnology Story of […]