Erin Richardson is a CAGIS Alumnus and aerospace engineering student at University of Toronto. We spoke to Erin for our #InspiredByCAGIS feature where she takes us on the journey towards her dream of becoming an astronaut.
Dr. Anne Innis Dagg is the world’s very first giraffologist (that’s someone who specializes in the study of — you guessed it — giraffes).
Julie Legault is the founder of Amino Labs, a company that makes, among other things, genetic engineering kits for budding scientists to use at home. She’s super enthusiastic about science — but she didn’t take a traditional route to get where she is!
Here are five who are working on everything from vaccines to treatments to developing technology to track the virus’s spread.
Patricia Rea, a grade nine student at Markham District High School, loves yeast. Or, at least, she loves what yeast can do!
Meet 12-year-old Shifa Hussain, an active CAGIS member, driven student and innovator! She competed in the Bay Area Science and Engineering Fair with Project Ali, a wearable device she designed to help people with Parkinson’s disease!