Research In Motion has signed a three-year agreement with Youth Science Canada to become the lead sponsor of the Canada-Wide Science Fair. The 2012 event will take place in May at the University of Prince Edward Island, where 500 students from grades seven to 12 will display science projects selected at approximately 100 regional science fairs nationally. Research In Motion will be the presenting sponsor of award ceremony and the platinum awards, including the award for Best Project. The company will also conduct a series of educational sessions for participants on the subject of innovation and technology. "RIM was built on innovation and has long been a supporter of science, engineering and technology in education," said Dave Jaworsky, senior director of corporate relations at Research in Motion. "We are proud to support Youth Science Canada as they recognize and showcase some of the country's best young scientists at the Canada-Wide Science Fair."