Vanier students conduct research at national lab in Saskatoon
Photo courtesy Canadian Light Source
Vanier students Victoria Wourms and Mac Kouri
place a sample on the beamline at the Canadian Light Source.
By Lisa Goudy
It’s not every day a scientist can eat their experiments.
Eleven Vanier Collegiate students recently conducted science trials at a national synchrotron light source research lab at the University of Saskatchewan.
“I know not many people get to do it, so it was neat being one of the few people who get to experience that.” said Grade 11 student Victoria Wourms. “I’ve always had a fascination with radiation and stuff like that, so getting to see the radiation that they used and the different things they used there was really cool.”