Biogenius Competition

No ordinary science fair.

The Sanofi Biogenius Canada Competition celebrates the best research projects from across the country with a focus on health sciences, life sciences and biotechnology. The Competition is hosted in partnership with Youth Science Canada, as part of their regional and Canada-Wide Science Fair (CWSF). Click here to find your region to apply.

Through the Sanofi Biogenius Canada Competition, students pursue ground-breaking projects, gaining access to a network that extends far beyond the classroom and opening doors to future success.

Where do some of the Sanofi Biogenius Canada Competition winners see themselves in the future?

“I want to continue using STEM to help me develop and give back to my community. Research in rural areas is my passion and I hope with STEM and the skills i’ve learned in Sanofi Biogenius Canada I can evolve healthcare for communities all across the globe.”

Emily Baker

“Through my research I want to continue to harness the power of nature to find biological and sustainable solutions to tackle everyday environmental issues. Participating in science competitions and global science events expanded my perspective on all of the great work being done today, and makes me hopeful and excited about the endless possibilities for the future.”

– Marissa Magsino

Participating in science competitions has significantly broadened my understanding and appreciation for the cutting-edge advancements in dental health. My ambition is to delve deeper into the realm of oral health, focusing on the discovery and application of natural biopolymers to combat dental infections. This pursuit not only fuels my excitement about embarking on a career in dentistry but also ignites my optimism for the boundless innovations the future holds in resolving prevalent oral diseases.”

– Safia Deol

Fun Fact

The Sanofi Biogenius Canada Competition has had 6,000+ participants since it first launched in 1993, many of whom have gone on to pursue a career in STEM.

Contact Us

For questions or more information about the Competition, please contact Youth Science Canada by clicking here.