Winners

2016 Grand Award Winners

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Best Junior

  trophy & cash (LU Faculty of Science & Environmental Studies)
    (2101) Should Maple Syrup Be Taken To Mars?
        Student: Toby Small
        School: Home schooled students

Best Intermediate

  trophy & cash
    (3301) Geochemical Extraction of Ceratopsian Remains and Opals from Ironstone
        Student: Emily Cross
        School: Hammarskjold High School

Best Senior

  cash & trophy
    (4101) Let cancer kill cancer: a novel strategy for cancer therapy
        Student: Kelly Yang
        School: Sir Winston Churchill C.V.I. -- grade 9-12

Best in Fair

  trophy & cash (sponsored by: TransCanada Corporation)
    (3301) Geochemical Extraction of Ceratopsian Remains and Opals from Ironstone
        Student: Emily Cross
        School: Hammarskjold High School

    (4101) Let cancer kill cancer: a novel strategy for cancer therapy
        Student: Kelly Yang
        School: Sir Winston Churchill C.V.I. -- grade 9-12

CWSF

  medal & one all-expense ($2400) paid trip to the CWSF in Montreal, Quebec in May 2016
    (4101) Let cancer kill cancer: a novel strategy for cancer therapy
        Student: Kelly Yang
        School: Sir Winston Churchill C.V.I. -- grade 9-12

CWSF

  medal & one all-expense ($2400) paid trip to the CWSF in Montreal, Quebec in May 2016
    (3401) Interacting With Electronic Devices Using Eye Movements
        Student: Kevin Bai
        School: St. Ignatius S.S.

CWSF

  medal & one all-expense ($2400) paid trip to the CWSF in Montreal, Quebec in May 2016
    (2101) Should Maple Syrup Be Taken To Mars?
        Student: Toby Small
        School: Home schooled students

CWSF

  medal & one all-expense ($2400) paid trip to the CWSF in Montreal, Quebec in May 2016
    (4302) Bio-Waste Derived Carbon for Innovative Water Purification and Metal Extraction
        Student: Jay Chen
        School: Sir Winston Churchill C.V.I. -- grade 9-12

CWSF

  medal & one all-expense ($2400) paid trip to the CWSF in Montreal, Quebec in May 2016
    (2304) A Tale of Two Toxins: Will It Be Lead or Sodium Hydroxide that Does In Your Garden?
        Student: Micah Windsor-Freeman
        School: Claude E. Garton