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ESPC 2013 - Lethbridge (Alberta)

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Aleksandra - My name is Aleksandra, and I was born in Russia. I come from a multi-cultural background, half Ukrainian, half Russian. I immigrated to Canada with my parents at the age of 8. I study at Hudson College and I am in grade 10. My favourite subjects at school, are biology, chemistry and math. Some of my extra curricular activities include; Ukrainian dancing, volleyball, basketball and singing. During the summer I work as Camp Counsellor, as I truly enjoy taking care of kids. I completed the First Aid & CPR course to be prepared for children care. I have taken part in many speech and mathematic contests. When I graduate, I want to proceed in the Life Science field and become a doctor. My inspiration came from school, because many students eat fast food for lunch everyday. It motivated me to research how healthy fast food is. I came across many articles stating that fast food can last for months without moulding . My further plans would be to get the burgers tested in a laboratory and find out what other secret preservatives are added. My advice is to work hard and never give up.
Jose - I recently moved from Florida to Toronto and I was shocked that this being my second year here, I am able to represent Toronto for the Canada wide science fair. I hope to one day pursue a career in acting since that is what I love to do.

Aleksandra Aleksandrova, Jose Alomar

Would you like some mold with that?
Ville:Oshawa, ON, toronto, ON
École:Hudson College
Sommaire:Ever wonder if Mold can actually be a sign of something healthy for you? It turns out that burgers from fast food restaurants contain preservatives which prevent the mold growth, however these burger are very unhealthy for you. In our project, we experimented on organic burgers and fast food burgers, to see which burgers would grow the most amount of mold.