Natalia Stakhanova and girls in Computer Science

Natalia Stakhanova is an Assistant Professor and the New Brunswick Innovation Research Chair in Cyber Security at the University of New Brunswick. Her work revolves around building secure systems and includes intrusion detection, malicious software, and security evaluation and assessment. Natalia is the recipient of the UNB Merit Award, the McCain Young Scholar Award and the […]

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SCWIST Final Report for WWEST eng-­cite Project Emerging STEM Talent Toolkit -­ December 14, 2016

eng-cite is the working name of the Goldcorp Professorship for Women in Engineering at UBC with the funding partnership of WWEST. The Professorship – established in 2014 – is a vital aspect of the UBC Faculty of Applied Science’s efforts to promote the engineering field to young women, to meet its goal to increase female […]

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Susan Lee Lindquist (1949–2016): Biologist who found unexpected power in protein folding.

Susan Lee Lindquist revealed the profound ramifications of a process that most scientists had overlooked: protein folding. Through elegant experiments in yeast, plants, flies and human cells, Lindquist demonstrated how this process by which proteins adopt their proper shapes fuels evolution. It can buffer the effects of genetic variation, allow new traits to emerge and […]

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Summary of ms infinity’s participation in Science Expo

Please  read the following written up, a brief summary of ms infinity’s participation in Science Expo, written by Jenny, SCWIST ms infinity director: ms infinity spent Saturday, November 5th at the Catalyst – Science Expo conference held in the pharmaceutical building at UBC. SCWIST helped financially support the conference as well as ran three successful […]

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