Sanofi BioGENEius Challenge Canada (SBCC), Celebrating 20 years

Alberta

Three-Dimensional Visualization of Drug Resistance in Malignant Tumours Wins Grade 12 Edmonton Scientist Entry to the National SBCC 2014 Finals

May 8, 2014

Edmonton, AB, April 28, 2014 – Eighteen high-school students squared off in this year’s Alberta Regional 2014 Sanofi BioGENEius Challenge Canada (SBCC), a biotechnology research competition that encourages students to pursue future studies and careers in the exciting field of biotechnology. Each of 12 teams presented their research and life-changing discoveries ranging from investigating diagnostic […]

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Alberta Awards 2014

May 8, 2014
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Alberta Proposal Writing Workshop Webinar

November 13, 2013

Were you not able to make our Proposal Writing Workshop held November 8, 2013? Just click on the link below, download it and you can watch it from home! Proposal Writing Webinar

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Regional coordinators get creative with technology to recruit students

November 13, 2013

With the regional proposal deadlines approaching quickly – November 18 in many regions, and November 25 in the GTA — SBCC regional coordinators in Alberta and PEI have come up with innovative and creative ways to reach and recruit students for this year’s regional competitions. To solve the problem of reaching students at a distance, […]

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Are you Interested in Learning More About the 2014 Alberta Regional SBCC?

October 31, 2013

Teachers and Students, are you interested in the Alberta Regional Sanofi BioGENEius Challenge 2014?   Watch and listen to this 20 minute PowerPoint presentation outlining everything you need to know about this years’ competition. Make sure you play it as a slide show to get the audio. Teachers, please feel free to use this as […]

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Lastest News about SBCC

July 3, 2013

Dear Friends, Partners and Supporters: On behalf of the Board of Directors of Bioscience Education Canada (BEC), I am writing to advise you that BEC has decided not to continue as the national program manager for the Sanofi BioGENEius Challenge Canada (SBCC). As you may know, the future of the SBCC program has been somewhat […]

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Aiming to create an effective cancer-killing nano-bullet made of gold

April 5, 2013

Calgary, Arjun Nair, 16, Grade 11, Webber Academy, Calgary Helping science develop a nano-bullet to defeat cancer is the futuristic vision of Arjun Nair, a 16-year-old Calgary high school student and top prize winner in the 20th Alberta regional “Sanofi BioGENEius Challenge Canada (SBCC)”.

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A Unique Approach in Cancer Treatment Wins Grade 11 Alberta Scientist Entry to National Finals of the Sanofi BioGENEius Challenge Canada

April 4, 2013

National biotechnology research competition encourages Canadian youth to pursue studies and careers in Canada’s $87 billion biotechnology industry Calgary, Alberta, April 2, 2013 – An innovative project by a 15 year old Calgary student focused on research of a unique approach to treating Cancer has earned top prize in the Alberta 20th annual “Sanofi BioGENEius […]

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Inspiring kids with the research virus, SBCC Mentor Profiles, Dr Morley Hollenberg, Alberta

March 19, 2013

Inspiring kids with the research virus The scene is similar to one outside at hockey rinks and dance studios across Canada: Parents waiting to drive their kids home. At the University of Calgary’s Department of Medicine, however, parents of some bright young teenagers find themselves sitting outside the lab of Dr Morley Hollenberg, an all-star […]

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Lab research: “Pinnacle of creativity and freedom in science”, SBCC Alumni Profiles, Connie Le, Victoria Tian, Kathryn Chevallier, Alberta

March 6, 2013

Lab research: “Pinnacle of creativity and freedom in science” Connie Le spent her high school years trying to create drug-free cell transplants for diabetics. The best part was working on this ambitious science project after school with two friends, Victoria Tian and Kathryn Chevalier, in Dr. Gina Rayat’s lab at the Alberta Diabetes Institute.

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