Pieces of Interest from COMP week of Feb 18-Science Spoken Succinctly (S3)/COMP on LinkedIn/Full Human Phantom/Women in Leadership
Published by Mara Juneau
Published on February 18, 2019
- Get your creative energy flowing: The COMP Student Council will be hosting a "Science Spoken Succinctly (S-Cubed)" competition at the 2019 ASM in Kelowna, open to all non-faculty members of COMP (MScs, PHDs, post-docs or residents!). Judged by a panel of locals (ranging from high school teachers to news anchors), participants prepare 3-mins presentations to share the significance of their science in a compelling and understandable manner. More details coming soon!
- Have you joined COMP on LinkedIn? We have a Group for idea sharing and job postings and a Page for Updates and Important news. Hope to see you in these spaces!
- The story of the first full human phantom, Marie. Click here for the Phys.org article.
- In case you missed this, well…., we'll let University of Toronto Department of Radiation Oncology do the talking: