OTTAWA, May 25, 2017 /CNW/ - On Saturday, May 27th, 15 high school students will participate in the 10th annual CIHR Canadian National Brain Bee at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario. Much like a traditional spelling bee, this CIHR contest will challenge their knowledge and pit them against 14 other regional winners from across the nation. The only difference; students will be answering questions about the brain and neuroscience research, competing for the title of best brain in Canada!
To book an interview with any of the regional winners, please contact:
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
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SOURCE Canadian Institutes of Health Research
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