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Students share climate saving ideas
They’re the future, and they could help save our planet. Audra Brown with the inspiring students working to save the climate.

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Calgary Herald

STEM educators and mentors are calling on high school students from across Canada to get started on their research for a unique science writing contest coming this fall through the increasingly popular STEM Fellowship program.

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The Scholarly Kitchen

Did you know that around 2.5 million new scientific papers are published each year and there are approximately 28,000 active scholarly peer-reviewed journals?

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Global Newswire

The Big Data Challenge on Recreational Drugs is mobilizing undergraduate students from across Canada to discover implications of alcohol, tobacco and cannabis use and patterns of addiction

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ITBusines.ca

In a packed conference room at SAS Canada’s Toronto headquarters, a group of four high school students addresses an attentive crowd that includes a judging panel of some of the country’s best data researchers

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League of Innovators

Who said young people don’t have great ideas? Last week, the League of Innovators was a judge in both the Toronto and Calgary National Big Data Challenge for high school students…

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Scholar Tree

Mohammad Asadi Lari was born in Iran and spent the majority of his childhood in the UK and his teens in his homeland. He completed his undergrad at the University of British Columbia….

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SciNet

Inspired by “Big Data in the City” theme, students gathered data from Open Data Toronto, analysed and investigated topics such as: immigration relocation strategies, emergency response for first responder services

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