The Canada Wide Science Fair (CWSF) brings science, technology, engineering and math out of the classroom – tasking youth with finding STEM-based solutions to real world issues. CWSF is a celebration of Canada’s brightest young minds and an inspiring exploration in STEM for the thousands of visitors who come out to see the projects.
Maedeh Sedaghat, Nicholas Maxwell and Megan Gran from the Lassonde School of Engineering’s Bergeron Entrepreneurs in Science and Technology Lab (BESTLab) were invited to be lead judges for the Ted Rogers Award and the York University/Lassonde School of Engineering Award for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. All 13 awards garnered 168 nominees.
The 13 winning students will receive full tuition, travel and accommodation to attend the STEM Entrepreneurship Bootcamp program which happens each summer at the Lassonde School of Engineering’s BESTLab.
For more details and the list of winners, read the article here.