Prix des défis

Youth Science Canada has identified seven challenges, known as the Canada-Wide Youth Science Challenges, which focus on issues that are important to Canada’s youth, the future of our country and our world. They reflect the growing trend in current Canadian science, technology and innovation to focus on specific multi- and interdisciplinary global, national and provincial issues.


Bourses d'études

Plusieurs universités offrent des bourses d’études aux meilleurs finalistes à l’Expo-sciences pancanadienne (ESPC). La libre candidature n’est pas requise pour ces prix; les récipiendaires sont choisis parmi les médaillées et médaillés de l’ESPC. 
Bourses de début d’études de la Faculté des sciences de l’Université Dalhousie
Commanditaire : Faculté des sciences, Université Dalhousie

Prix spéciaux (mise en candidature requise)


La liste ci-dessous comprend tous les prix spéciaux disponibles. On peut mettre en candidature son projet pour un maximum de trois prix spéciaux. Seuls les prix pour lesquels un projet est admissible apparaîtront dans la section « Prix spéciaux » du système d'inscription en ligne de l'ESPC.

Les trois rangées sous chacun des prix (junior, intermédiaire, sénior) indiquent si ce dernier est disponible pour chacune des catégories. La mention « non disponible » indique que ce prix n'est pas disponible pour cette catégorie. 


Carleton University Lab Tour Sessions

Choice 1 –  Explosions, NMR and nano-imaging Come and explore the chemistry department! This tour is composed of 3 parts: (1) a chemistry demonstration featuring fireworks, explosions and glowing chemicals, (2) a demonstration of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) and how it can be used to characterize ethanol/alcohol, and (3) a tour and hands-on demonstration in the state-of-the-art Nano Imaging Facility (NIF) where students will be asked to provide samples for imaging.  
Offered in English only. 



The STEM Expo will be Canada's largest youth science, technology, engineering and mathematics outreach and promotion event and will run concurrently with the CWSF Wednesday to Friday.  Exhibitors will include government agencies, universities and colleges, private companies from various industries, outreach and education programs, museums and youth groups. The Expo is focused on offering engaging, hands-on activities, inspiring presentations and exciting demonstrations to all our visitors to showcase the opportunities that exist in STEM.

Project Set-up and Take-down

The Exhibit Hall will be in The Fieldhouse, located in the Carleton Athletics Centre.  
The Exhibit Hall is about a 5-minute walk from the  Lennox, Addington and Frontenac Residences  
Admission to the Exhibit Hall is restricted to those with CWSF ID, from the start (Sunday, May 13) to the end of the fair (Friday May 18). The only exception is during scheduled public/school viewing.
Project Set-up:
The Exhibit Hall is open for set-up on Sunday May 13 (8:00 to 13:30)::


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