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Scientific Investigation Skills
The fields of science being studied in this strand pertain to careers such as laser optic researcher; geoscientist; photonics researcher; and aerospace engineer.
Contributions of Canadian Scientists
The following Canadian Scientists are among those who have made significant contributions to the fields under study in this unit:
- Elizabeth MacGill - "Queen of the Hurricanes", was the world's first woman to earn an aeronautical engineering degree.
- Pierre Coulombe - President of the National Research Council Canada (NRCC) 2005-2010
- Allan Carswell - internationally recognized leader in the field of laser radar applications
- Gerhard Herzberg - Won the 1971 Nobel Prize in chemistry for using spectroscopy to discover the internal geometry and energy states in simple molecules, and in particular the structure and characteristics of free radicals.
Gr. 9-12: Ask Us/Demande Moi
Gr. 9-12: How do I start my research?
Gr. 9-12: How do I cite my sources?
How to Write a Lab Report
Learn how to Write a Lab Report