Watch the 3-episode miniseries @CanalSavoir starting on February 27, which discusses the impacts of 13 research projects from the last 15 years of top ranked discoveries by the magazine #QuébecScience.
Working or interning in the engineering industry before you have completed your studies is an excellent idea, as this could open some doors and shorten your junior engineer period. But be careful! You are not yet engineers, so you cannot:
A team of students from the University of California San Diego plans to brew beer on the moon in order to analyze how yeast behaves in space. Their team was selected out of 3,000 others by Lab2Moon as one of 25 finalist teams that will try to get their experiment on board the future lunar rover of Team Indus, an Indian start-up.
 
To find out more: http://fr.canoe.ca/techno/sciences/archives/2017/01/20170124-121943.html
The OIQ offers its sincerest condolences to the families, friends and colleagues of the victims of the January 29 attack at a Quebec City mosque, including Khaled Belkacemi.
Dear Students,
 
The first issue of the year revisits the topic of illegal engineering practice in order to answer specific questions raised in the December article.
 
The core concerns of the OIQ's Board of Directors are to integrate future engineers in the profession and assist them, as shown by the ENG2020 Plan that we adopted last December. In fact, our 2017-2020 strategic plan includes actions that could affect you at the end of your studies when you begin your professional career.
 
Answers to your questions (In French only)

Me Patrick Marcoux, Head of Legislation and Litigation at the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec, explains how to properly use the abbreviation "Eng." so that non-engineers can avoid situations of illegal practice or unlawful use of the title.