Beautiful vintage from local winners at the Super Expo Sciences

EDUCATION. The Technoscience Network has unveiled the winners of the Quebec final of the Super Expo-sciences Hydro-Quebec. The virtual awards ceremony made it possible to distribute some $ 180,000 in various grants and awards. The schools in the western part of Quebec stood out by being behind six of the seven deserving achievements of the delegation from the Capital.

In all, the 2021 edition crowned four high school science projects and two college-level projects. It is:

  • “Homeless, but without the chills!” by Benoît Audet, Secondary 5 – Rochebelle High School, who won the bronze medal from the Technoscience Network, scholarships from the University of Sherbrooke ($ 2,000) and Investissement Québec ($ 300), as well as participation in the 2021 Canada-Wide Science Fair.
  • “Health for 2.8 million” by Éliane Masson, Secondary 5 – École secondaire Mont-Saint-Sacrement, who deserves a scholarship from the University of Sherbrooke ($ 1000) and participation in the Expo. Pan-Canadian Science 2021.
  • “On the road to perfection” by Zachary Cloutier, Secondary 5 – Collège des Compagnons, who won a scholarship from the University of Sherbrooke ($ 2000), as well as the Prix du Ministère des Transports ($ 750) and a Francis-Boulva honorary plaque.
  • “The phocheur is false-sphore!” Edina Lu, Secondary 4 – Collège de Champigny, who won the Infectious Disease Research Center Prize ($ 250).
  • “Vector and linear machining” by Jérémie Gaudreault, collegial 1 – Cégep de Sainte-Foy, which won the Chief Innovator of Quebec Award ($ 1000) and participation in a virtual techno discovery camp.
  • “A study in green” by Marie-Audrey Schembri, collegial 2 – Cégep de Sainte-Foy, who won the Intact Financial Corporation Prize ($ 1000).
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The summary of the projects presented are available at: technoscience.ca.

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