Wang & Yao: Where are they now?

Mranda Wang & Jeannie Yao

Miranda Wang & Jeannie Yao continue to change the world!

Sanofi Biogenius Canada: Wang & Yao: Where are they now?

It is amazing to see how each year Sanofi Biogenius Canada ignites and develops student interest in biotechnology research. But it does more than just inspire, SBC helps to put these students on the path to change the world.

Miranda Wang (22 years old) and Jeanny Yao (21 years old) are doing just that.

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Sanofi Biogenius Canada unveils new identity for a new generation of young scientists

LONDON, ONOct. 1, 2014 /CNW/ – As science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education takes a more prominent role in the classroom, Canada’s most prestigious competition for aspiring young scientists is kicking off its 22nd year with an exciting new redesign and slate of activities that will engage Canadians from coast to coast.

The Sanofi BioGENEius Challenge Canada has been re-branded as Sanofi Biogenius Canada, with a fresh new visual identity designed to inspire budding scientists and researchers, and engage all Canadians in the importance of their work. The term “Biogenius” celebrates the exceptional talent, ability and vision of the high school and CEGEP students who participate in the program, and highlights the breadth and depth of Canada’s scientific talent of tomorrow, from biotech and beyond.

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Celebrating Canadian research, outreach, and innovation

Sanofi BioGENEius Challenge Canada National Awards and Partners in Research National Awards to be held as co-event celebrating Canadian research, outreach, and innovation

To kick off 2014, Partners in Research, Key Managing Partner of the SBCC, is delighted to announce that the 21st annual Sanofi BioGENEius Challenge Canada (SBCC) National Competition Awards will be co-presented with the 2nd annual Partners in Research National Awards (PIRNA) on May 23, 2014 at the Ottawa Conference and Event Centre.

The SBCC national competition will also be held in Ottawa on the preceding evening of May 22, 2014 at the National Research Council, where winners from each of the nine regional competitions will contend for Canada’s ultimate student biotechnology science prizes. Read more