Meet Bhavishyaa, a 12-year-old student, active CAGIS member, and Space enthusiast! Bhavishyaa recently participated in the Canadian Space Agency’s first Space Brain Hack and was awarded the Grand Prize in the grade 6 to 8 category!
Learn about how CAGIS Teen Ambassador, Clara Brown, gained national recognition for her environmental conservation!
Learn more about our Project Coordinator, Catherine McKenzie, and her STEM journey.
By CAGIS Meet Christine Song at CAGIS “When I was a kid, I wanted to be a veterinarian. Now, I am an environmental scientist and the Virtual Outreach Coordinator and STEM Communicator for CAGIS” In our last issue, we shared the story of CAGIS and our founder Larissa Vingilis-Jaremko, and invited everyone to share #MyJourneyInSTEM stories. […]
Dr. Parshati Patel is an astrophysicist turned a dynamic science communicator at Western University’s Institute for Earth and Space Exploration. We’re delighted that her journey in STEM also includes CAGIS, where she has often shared her expertise (including How to Photograph the Milky Way).
Did you know that many Olympians are also women in science, technology, trades, engineering, and math (STEM)? Here are 10 Olympians who are also women in STEM!
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!