Recipe for high-school success: be curious, work late, ignore the textbooks


I didnʼt start biomedical research to learn more about stem cells or skin regeneration back in ninth grade, reports The Globe and Mail. None of my peers, friends, or even teachers at the time knew exactly where I would be now. Looking back, it turned out to be the best journey I could have imagined for my high-school career. Iʼm a high school researcher who works toward translating and making stem cell transplants as a therapeutic option for emergency wards worldwide. I started my work in ninth grade by joining a team of scientists at the University of Calgary where Iʼve been working for nearly three years…

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