Journal of Student Science and Technology

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The award-winning Journal of Student Science and Technology is a scholarly publication offering PhD review and citation of high school, and university student ideas and research.


Journal of Student Science and Technology Vol 11, No 1 (2019)

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Announcements

 

New National Partnership Aims to Build Canada’s Science and Technology Workforce and Leadership

 

New National Partnership Aims to Build Canada’s Science and Technology Workforce and Leadership

Early programs target young women and the best and brightest across the country

 
Posted: 2018-01-19 More...
 

Le nouveau partenariat national vise à renforcer l’effectif et le leadership dans le domaine des sciences et de la technologie au Canada

 
Les premiers programmes ciblent les jeunes femmes ainsi que les meilleurs et les plus brillants du pays  
Posted: 2018-01-19 More...
 

Foundation for Student Science and Technology (FSST) & Science Expo Youth Empowerment Group (SEYEG) Join Together

 
We are pleased to announce that the Foundation for Student Science and Technology (FSST) and Science Expo Youth Empowerment Group (SEYEG) are joining together to build upon their individual success in cultivating future STEM leadership and engaging students in STEM activities.

 
Posted: 2017-10-18 More...
 

Website Partnership Announcement FSST-SMP

 
We are excited to announce a new partnership between The Foundation for Student Science and Technology (FSST) and the Summer Mentorship Program (SMP), run by the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto.  
Posted: 2016-02-06 More...
 

The Ontario Science Students’ Association and the Foundation for Student Science and Technology Partner to Build Networks of STEM Students, Academics and Professionals

 
The Ontario Science Students’ Association (OSSA) and the Foundation for Student Science and Technology (FSST) today announce a collaboration to expand each other’s science outreach and help students build professional networks by promoting events and programming.  
Posted: 2015-09-20 More...
 
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Vol 11, No 1 (2019)

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Table of Contents

Foreword

Perspectives. It’s Always About Perspectives.
Jacques Guerette
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Articles

Adam Card
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Akshaya Radhakrishnan, Nafisa Jadavji
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Jinny Tsang
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Emillie Elizabeth Rose
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Tirth M Patel
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Science from the Source

Muhammad Hamza Waseem, Debbie Kao
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InSights

Kathryn Hong
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