Food Science Research Day 2016

Fourth-year students in the Food Science and Nutrition program presented their Honours research projects at an all-day event on Friday, April 8 in Fenn Lounge in Residence Commons. Students from Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Environmental Science, Integrated Science, Neuroscience and Physical Geography were also presenting their projects at the same event. Student work was assessed by the student’s academic supervisor(s) for course grade and by graduate students from their department for prizes. Prizes were awarded to the top 3 students in each program taking into consideration presentation, understanding of topic, results and research methods.

This year’s winners were:

  1. Nicola Bailey (absent from photo)
  2. Dorsa Alavifard
  3. Inas Alshawa

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