Looking to kick off the new semester with new opportunities to get involved in? We have you covered! Foundation for Student Science and Technology Journal Are a young researcher interested in publishing your work? Submit to the award-winning Journal of Student Science and Technology, a scholarly publication that peer reviews submissions and publishes original research and
The International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition is an annual synthetic biology event that brings together teams from around the world to showcase innovative genetically engineered systems. Recently, we interviewed McGill University’s iGEM representatives, which comprise Liem Dam, Sarah Wu, Frank Zhang, Xinwen Zhu, Alex Paun, Peter Zacharidis, Chris Rafiaa, Emma Jameson, and Michael Byun.
This October brings multiple opportunities to get involved in hackathons, and more! THacks 2 The Toronto Hacker Club is hosting their second annual hackathon THacks 2 on October 21-22, 2017 at the U of T Bahen Center. The event will feature a startup valley, keynote speakers, workshops, free food, networking, pitching, and prizes! For more
Innovate at MedHacks 2017 with the Brightest Minds MedHacks is a hackathon hosted on September 8-10, 2017 at the John Hopkins University. The hackathon will feature global experts on medical fields! Non-travel reimbursement applications are due August 25, 2017. The applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so if you are interested, feel free to
The month of June has numerous opportunities for high school and university students. This update will encompass many opportunities that have new hiring cycles, and conferences to attend both high school and university students. Toronto FinTech Conference: The Toronto FinTech Conference, featuring the best Canadian and US Fintech leaders, is a one day conference in