Education

KEEPING KIDS ON TRACK

SUE FERGUSON July 1 2004
Education

KEEPING KIDS ON TRACK

SUE FERGUSON July 1 2004

1st ($2500 + $5000 for a scholarship at a Canadian university of choice) Kota Talla, “Cycling back to the origins’’, Centennial Regional High School, Montréal, Québec

2nd ($1500) Vlad Lavrovsky, “Directed Evolution of Hydrocarbon Degrading Bacteria”, Queen Elizabeth Jr/Sr High, Calgary, Alberta

3,d ($1000) Man-Wen Hsiao, “How Do Doctors Diagnose the Early Stage of Diabetes?", Mentor College, Mississauga, Ontario

INTERMEDIATE/

1st ($2000 +Wisdom Exchange Program) Kimberly Richards, “Choose Them and Lose Them?” Walter Murray Collegiate, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

2nd ($1000) Adrian De Jay, Nicolas Veres, “Ras : protéine au rôle double?”, Collège Brébeuf, Montréal, Québec

3'd ($500) Jamie Richardson, “Leptin for Cowboys”, Queen Charlotte Secondary School, Queen Charlotte City, BC

JUNIOR /

1st ($750) Kristopher Gaiesky, “It’s All Relative”, D.P. Todd Secondary, Prince George, BC

2nd ($500) Yale Michaels, “The Role of Gap Junctions in Apoptosis”, Grant Park High School, Winnipeg, Manitoba

3rd ($250) Natalie Fox, “Problems with the Blueprints of Our Body”, Eastview Public School, Oakville, Ontario