Jaspreet Sanghera: Playing the “why” game as Science Borealis’s Biology & Life Sciences editor

From childhood, Jaspreet’s most delightful memory is playing the “why” game – asking the adults around her a series of “why” questions until they had run out of answers. Fortunately, her mentors and teachers always indulged her curiosity. She found that the “why” game could go on and on when it came to questions about […]

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Emily Olson: Bee whisperer and Communications, Outreach & Education editor

Spending summers on the shores of Lac Ste Anne, Alberta, as a child, Emily developed a love of nature at an early age. Inspecting insects, plants, and fish sparked an interest for biology that eventually lead her to a Bachelor’s degree in Conservation Biology at the University of Alberta. During her education, she became a […]

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Welcome to new Health, Medicine & Veterinary Sciences editor Dorottya Harangi

Dorottya graduated with a B.Sc. in Neuroscience and Physiology at the University of Toronto, and is now pursuing an M.HSc. in Translational Research, also at the University of Toronto. This program gives her the opportunity to learn how to apply scientific research to solve real-world problems in medicine and health, using a patient centric approach. […]

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Nada Salem, Chemistry editor

Nada above the Bow River Valley near Canmore, on Ha Ling Peak

Nada Salem graduated from the University of Calgary with a B.Sc. in Cellular, Molecular & Microbial Biology and minors in Philosophy and Nanoscience. She is fascinated by genetic medicine and the innovation of nanotechnology in diagnostic and drug-delivery methods. Her introduction to SciComm began as a videographer in the Science Ambassador team at the University of […]

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Michael Limmena, Health, Medicine, and Veterinary Science editor

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Growing up in both Indonesia and Philippines, Michael has spent a lot of his childhood reading the latest science books in the local libraries and bookstores, reading as much as he could to better understand how society, the world, and the universe around us work. Sometime between deciding whether to become a lawyer, a doctor, […]

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