The outcomes of Discovery have been disseminated at a number of international conferences, and have been highlighted in news stories. These can be accessed through external links:
Huyer, Locke Davenport, Neal I. Callaghan, Jose L. Cadavid Cardenas, Huntley Chang, Nicolas Ivanov, Jonathan Rubianto, Nhien Tran-Nguyen, and Dawn M. Kilkenny. "EXPANDED CROSS-DISCIPLINE IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY OF DISCOVERY: A BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING-THEMED EDUCATION PROGRAM BRIDGING SECONDARY AND POST-SECONDARY LEARNING." Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA) (2020)
Expanded Cross-Discipline Implementation Strategy of Discovery: A Biomedical Engineering-Themed Education Program Bridging Secondary and Post-Secondary Learning.
Enhancing senior high school student engagement and academic performance using an inclusive and scalable inquiry-based program. Locke Davenport Huyer, Neal I. Callaghan, Sara Dicks, Edward Scherer, Andrey I.Shukalyuk, Margaret Jou, Dawn M. Kilkenny. bioRxiv 822783; (Preprint, study is currently under peer review). doi:
Enhancing senior highschool student engagement and academic performance using an inclusive and scaleable inquiry-based program.
Davenport Huyer, L., Callaghan, N.I., Smieja, D.‡, Saab, R.‡, Kilkenny, D.M. IBBME Discovery: Biomedical engineering-based iterative learning in a high school STEM curriculum (Evaluation). Conference proceedings of American Society for Engineering Education Annual Meeting. 2018; Available:
IBBME Discovery: Biomedical Engineering-based Iterative Learning in a High School STEM Curriculum (Evaluation).