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Science Odyssey 2016


Vendredi, mai 13, 2016 Jenny Ryan

Ten days of discovery 

Science Odyssey is a 10-day collaborative event geared to engage and inspire Canadians of all ages with science, technology and engineering and mathematics. It brings together a series of fun activities across the country from Friday, May 6 to Sunday, May 15, 2016.

In celebration of 10 days of science, discover 10 interesting facts about blood and blood stem cells. Also get inspired by a few words of wisdom from Dr. Sandra Ramirez, a development scientist at Canadian Blood Services’ Centre for Innovation.

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Science Odyssey 2016-1

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Science Odyssey 2016 - genes

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Science Odyssey 2016 - Plasma

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Science Odyssey 2016 - 30 second circuit

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Blood is made up of  plasma, platelets, white blood cells and red blood cells.

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Science Odyssey 2016 - blood vessels

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Science Odyssey 2016 body weight

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Science Odyssey 2016 - bone marrow

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Science Odyssey 2016 - O pos

 

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Science Odyssey 2016 - stem cells

Dr. Sandra Ramirez wanted to know the why of things

A few words of wisdom for aspiring scientists from Dr. Sandra Ramirez, a development scientist at Canadian Blood Services’ Centre for Innovation. #OdySci #WomeninScience

 

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