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Scientific Investigation Skills
The fields of science being studied in this strand pertain to careers such as theoretical physicist; communications, networks, and control systems professional; engineer; and metallurgist.
Contributions of Canadian Scientists
The following Canadian Scientists are among those who have made significant contributions to the fields under study in this unit:
Richard E. Taylor - Nobel Prize in Physics 1990
Leonard T. Bruton - Designed and developed electronic filters
Willard S. Boyle - Nobel Prize in Physics 2009 "for the invention of an imaging semiconductor circuit - the CCD sensor"
Martha Salcudean - Internationally recognized expert in computational fluid dynamics, Canada's first female head of a university engineering department
Harriet Brooks - Canada's first female nuclear physicist
Louis Slotin - "A young Canadian scientist working on the Manhattan Project gave his life to save his friends when an experiment went wrong."
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