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CWSF 2011 - Toronto, Ontario

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Jasneet - Hi! I am Jasneet Brar and am currently completing grade 12 at WJ Mouat Secondary School in Abbotsford, BC. I am a very hardworking and a resilient individual, though I do tend to leave everything for last minute (for example this biography). I am heavily involved in both my school and local communities. Being passionate about Science, I co-founded the Vector Science Club at my previous school. At school now, I am a part of Senior Leadership, Yearbook and the Benevolent Nerd Society (no, we are not actually nerds, just volunteer tutors). I am also an in-school mentor with Big Brother, Big Sisters of Canada. Outside of School, I am a VolunTEEN Team Leader at the local hospital, and the Regional Correspondent for SMARTS. I can play the harmonium, an Indian classical instrument and have recently picked up the guitar. This coming fall, I am planning to attend the University of the Undecided to complete a Bachelor of Science program in order to attend Medical School and become a Paediatric Oncologist. This will be my 3rd trip to CWSF and am looking forward to the city of Toronto!
Dalvir Kaur - I am an enthusiastic and energetic student graduating from the Mennonite Educational Institute in Abbotsford, BC. I am excited to pursue a career in medicine as a cardiac surgeon and look forward to attending the University of British Columbia (Vancouver Campus) in the fall. My positive experience in two previous CWSF competitions have allowed me to co-found the Vector Science Club that allows students at Dasmesh Punjabi School to experience science in the same fun and hands-on way. In my community, I have taken on a leadership initiative through participation in various non-profit organizations. As a part of the Sr. Leadership class, I am involved in planning and ogranizing school banquets, dances, fundraisers and spirit days. As a representative of MEI on Abbotsford Youth Commission’s Youth Council, I discuss key issues facing youth in the community and help organize activities that reinforce positivity in my peers. I also volunteer at the Abbotsford Regional Hospital where I interact and communicate with senior patients. I am very excited to be particpating in the 2011 CWSF and look forward to the city of Toronto!

Jasneet Brar, Dalvir Kaur Bhangu

Nutritional and bacterial growth comparison between different types of milk
Region:Fraser Valley
City:Abbotsford, BC
School:W J Mouat Secondary, Mennonite Educational Institute
Abstract:This project compared the nutritional differences between pasteurized milk, two different types of raw milks, and the boiled products of each type of raw milk. We experimentally tested for and compared the fat, calcium, phosphate, and protein content for each sample. We also tested and compared bacterial growth for each milk sample.