Student seeks world neuroscience title

Before Nooran AbuMazen even attends her first university lecture, she’ll test her knowledge of neuroscience on the world stage. The grade 12 Waterloo Collegiate Institute student, who is starting a bachelor of science degree at the University of Waterloo in the fall, will represent Canada at the 2016 Brain Bee World Championship in Copenhagen this week. The international neuroscience competition pits 26 of the world’s top high school students against each other as they test their knowledge of the brain and neurological conditions. Incoming University of Waterloo student Nooran AbuMazen will be competing in the 2016 Brain Bee World Championship in Copenhagen this week. From Waterloo to world championship In April, AbuMazen competed in — and won — the regional brain bee hosted by the Department of Kinesiology. The win…


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