Science One Alumni Delanie Austin talks about her work at the Stewart Blusson Quantum Matter Institute. She's joined by two other Science One alumni, Bellinda Yin and Rochelle Maher, as part of the Quantum Pathways program.
Science One alumni have won two of the three possible 2019 Erich Vogt First Year Student Research Experience (FYSRE) award. These awards are particularly notable as there are very few research opportunities available to first-year students. Most go to upper-level students. Congratulations to Monica and Rio!
Science One student and 2018 STEAM Horizon Award Recipient Ella Chan will be giving a keynote talk at Creating Connections 6.0 along side Michelle Romanow from Dragon's Den and Sabina Nowaz, a Global CEO Coach.
Science One alumnus Tristan Rice showed that the app by Dropbike, the new bike sharing service on campus, has some serious vulnerabilities, including being able to unlock the bikes at will and obtaining sensitive user data.
Mohammad Asadi Lari, a Science One alumni who recently graduated from the University of British Columbia and is starting the MD/PhD program at the University of Toronto, has won a 3M fellowship for his work in providing students a voice with the STEM Fellowship Journal.
See the paper Eliminating the Penny in Canada: An Economic Analysis of Penny-Rounding on Grocery Items that won Christina the best undergraduate paper in the Atlantic Economic Journal!