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ESPC 2016 - Montreal (Québec)

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Shaan - Shaan Baig is a 15-year-old grade 10 student at Centennial Regional High School in Greenfield Park, Quebec. At his school, he is in the TaG (Talented and Gifted) Program: an advanced, accelerated high school curriculum. He is an aspiring scientist and competitive athlete who enjoys participating in science fairs, playing on his 5 different sports teams and spending time with his friends and family. He is on his high school hockey, volleyball and badminton team and represents his city in lacrosse and hockey. He is very involved in his school and community as he enjoys being part of the robotics club and encouraging STEM to fellow peers. He has participated at his school fair since grade 6, winning the gold medal each year. He has participated at the Montréal Regional Science and Technology Fair 3 consecutive times, winning great distinction, 2 highest distinctions and various bursaries. Last year with his project, he won various bursaries, highest distinction, gold medal and the best overall project. He then went on to represent his region and province at each the provincial and national science fair. This year he designed a novel, diagnostic tool for bladder cancer. Shaan plans to study medicine in university.
Labib-Daiyan - My name is Labib-Daiyan Syed and I am in grade 9 and attending Centennial Regional High School I live with both my parents and with my older sister along with my older brother. My interest lay in the field of science. I have participated in various activates; like, playing soccer for the intercity league and being class representative. For over the last three years I have participated in the Montreal Regional Science and Technology Fair (MRSTF) and have always tried creating innovative projects. Thought my science fair life I have always had bacteria related topics, and over this summer there has been a lot of commotion about silver colloid being an anti-microbial agent because of its capabilities of being able to kill bacteria. This inspired me to use silver colloid on Pc3 cells a prostate cancer cell, to see if it is more effective on treating then a chemotherapy drug known as rapamycin. At first I always thought truly creating something innovative would be impossible behalf of me in the science fair, however with hard work and dedication to pursue something that I loved enabled is to achieve my dreams and every student can to the same.

Shaan Baig, Labib-Daiyan Syed

The Key to Unlocking BCa
Ville:Brossard, QC
École:École secondaire régionale Centennial
Sommaire:"The Key to Unlocking BCa" has taken a significant step in discovering a novel methodology of diagnosis for bladder cancer. The diagnostic tool will be less expensive, more efficient, and less time consuming than the standard diagnosis. The diagnostic tool can be used for an early detection, and, has the potential to be implemented for other diseases.

Prix Valeur
Prix d'excellence - Intermédiaire
Médaille d'argent
Sponsor: Sciences jeunesse Canada
Bourse d’études de Western University
Médaillé d’argent - Bourse d'admission de 2 000 $
Sponsor: Université Western
2 000,00 $
Total2 000,00 $