Project BMH (Bio Medical Hand)

Access Now
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Access Now

Maayan Ziv of Access Now is creating a more accessible world for people living with disabilities. She created an app that uses crowdsourcing to collect and share information about the accessibility of places around the globe.

Rankin Rock Hockey Camp
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The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp

The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp added components of literacy, nutrition and personal wellness, and leadership skills training to their hockey camps, as well as local employment for their community.

Dave Brown
Health and well-being
David Brown, Chinova Bioworks

While in his 20s, Co-founder of Chinova Bioworks, David Brown developed a unique and innovative mushroom-based fiber extract used for the shelf life extension of foods and beverages. This natural ingredient allows food and beverages to be protected from microorganisms including bacteria, yeast and mold and plays an important role in reducing food waste around the world.

Breanne Everett
Health and well-being
Breanne Everett, Orpyx Medical

In her 20s, Breanne Everett co-founded Orpyx Medical to develop her idea for shoe insoles that prompts patients with diabetic foot conditions to move their feet to improve blood flow. This wearable tech has improved users’ quality of life and reduced health care costs by decreasing the risks of sores, infection and amputation.

Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit
Health and well-being
Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit

Recognizing that not a single indigenous person worked in the healthcare field in Whitehorse, this team started to ask why? They set about a course of action to encourage more northerners to enter the healthcare sector: bringing students to summits profiling different career paths in health care, workshops with professionals and First Aid Certification opportunities.

four people smiling for a picture
Health and well-being
Emma Ko and Face Shield MD

A student-run organization, is providing 3D-printed face shields for frontline workers. “Our main goal is to provide face shields for workers in long term care facilities because senior citizens are especially vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19.” Their team successfully applied for the #RisingYouth community service grant.

Turning Algae into Fibers: the Solution to Texitile Waste

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Access Now

Maayan Ziv of Access Now is creating a more accessible world for people living with disabilities. She created an app that uses crowdsourcing to collect and share information about the accessibility of places around the globe.

Rankin Rock Hockey Camp
Health and well-being
The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp

The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp added components of literacy, nutrition and personal wellness, and leadership skills training to their hockey camps, as well as local employment for their community.

Dave Brown
Health and well-being
David Brown, Chinova Bioworks

While in his 20s, Co-founder of Chinova Bioworks, David Brown developed a unique and innovative mushroom-based fiber extract used for the shelf life extension of foods and beverages. This natural ingredient allows food and beverages to be protected from microorganisms including bacteria, yeast and mold and plays an important role in reducing food waste around the world.

Breanne Everett
Health and well-being
Breanne Everett, Orpyx Medical

In her 20s, Breanne Everett co-founded Orpyx Medical to develop her idea for shoe insoles that prompts patients with diabetic foot conditions to move their feet to improve blood flow. This wearable tech has improved users’ quality of life and reduced health care costs by decreasing the risks of sores, infection and amputation.

Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit
Health and well-being
Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit

Recognizing that not a single indigenous person worked in the healthcare field in Whitehorse, this team started to ask why? They set about a course of action to encourage more northerners to enter the healthcare sector: bringing students to summits profiling different career paths in health care, workshops with professionals and First Aid Certification opportunities.

four people smiling for a picture
Health and well-being
Emma Ko and Face Shield MD

A student-run organization, is providing 3D-printed face shields for frontline workers. “Our main goal is to provide face shields for workers in long term care facilities because senior citizens are especially vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19.” Their team successfully applied for the #RisingYouth community service grant.

Compostaboard

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Access Now

Maayan Ziv of Access Now is creating a more accessible world for people living with disabilities. She created an app that uses crowdsourcing to collect and share information about the accessibility of places around the globe.

Rankin Rock Hockey Camp
Health and well-being
The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp

The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp added components of literacy, nutrition and personal wellness, and leadership skills training to their hockey camps, as well as local employment for their community.

Dave Brown
Health and well-being
David Brown, Chinova Bioworks

While in his 20s, Co-founder of Chinova Bioworks, David Brown developed a unique and innovative mushroom-based fiber extract used for the shelf life extension of foods and beverages. This natural ingredient allows food and beverages to be protected from microorganisms including bacteria, yeast and mold and plays an important role in reducing food waste around the world.

Breanne Everett
Health and well-being
Breanne Everett, Orpyx Medical

In her 20s, Breanne Everett co-founded Orpyx Medical to develop her idea for shoe insoles that prompts patients with diabetic foot conditions to move their feet to improve blood flow. This wearable tech has improved users’ quality of life and reduced health care costs by decreasing the risks of sores, infection and amputation.

Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit
Health and well-being
Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit

Recognizing that not a single indigenous person worked in the healthcare field in Whitehorse, this team started to ask why? They set about a course of action to encourage more northerners to enter the healthcare sector: bringing students to summits profiling different career paths in health care, workshops with professionals and First Aid Certification opportunities.

four people smiling for a picture
Health and well-being
Emma Ko and Face Shield MD

A student-run organization, is providing 3D-printed face shields for frontline workers. “Our main goal is to provide face shields for workers in long term care facilities because senior citizens are especially vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19.” Their team successfully applied for the #RisingYouth community service grant.

NeuroSpectrum: A Brainwave-Powered Vision Enhancement Device

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Access Now

Maayan Ziv of Access Now is creating a more accessible world for people living with disabilities. She created an app that uses crowdsourcing to collect and share information about the accessibility of places around the globe.

Rankin Rock Hockey Camp
Health and well-being
The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp

The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp added components of literacy, nutrition and personal wellness, and leadership skills training to their hockey camps, as well as local employment for their community.

Dave Brown
Health and well-being
David Brown, Chinova Bioworks

While in his 20s, Co-founder of Chinova Bioworks, David Brown developed a unique and innovative mushroom-based fiber extract used for the shelf life extension of foods and beverages. This natural ingredient allows food and beverages to be protected from microorganisms including bacteria, yeast and mold and plays an important role in reducing food waste around the world.

Breanne Everett
Health and well-being
Breanne Everett, Orpyx Medical

In her 20s, Breanne Everett co-founded Orpyx Medical to develop her idea for shoe insoles that prompts patients with diabetic foot conditions to move their feet to improve blood flow. This wearable tech has improved users’ quality of life and reduced health care costs by decreasing the risks of sores, infection and amputation.

Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit
Health and well-being
Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit

Recognizing that not a single indigenous person worked in the healthcare field in Whitehorse, this team started to ask why? They set about a course of action to encourage more northerners to enter the healthcare sector: bringing students to summits profiling different career paths in health care, workshops with professionals and First Aid Certification opportunities.

four people smiling for a picture
Health and well-being
Emma Ko and Face Shield MD

A student-run organization, is providing 3D-printed face shields for frontline workers. “Our main goal is to provide face shields for workers in long term care facilities because senior citizens are especially vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19.” Their team successfully applied for the #RisingYouth community service grant.

EmpowHER

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Access Now

Maayan Ziv of Access Now is creating a more accessible world for people living with disabilities. She created an app that uses crowdsourcing to collect and share information about the accessibility of places around the globe.

Rankin Rock Hockey Camp
Health and well-being
The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp

The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp added components of literacy, nutrition and personal wellness, and leadership skills training to their hockey camps, as well as local employment for their community.

Dave Brown
Health and well-being
David Brown, Chinova Bioworks

While in his 20s, Co-founder of Chinova Bioworks, David Brown developed a unique and innovative mushroom-based fiber extract used for the shelf life extension of foods and beverages. This natural ingredient allows food and beverages to be protected from microorganisms including bacteria, yeast and mold and plays an important role in reducing food waste around the world.

Breanne Everett
Health and well-being
Breanne Everett, Orpyx Medical

In her 20s, Breanne Everett co-founded Orpyx Medical to develop her idea for shoe insoles that prompts patients with diabetic foot conditions to move their feet to improve blood flow. This wearable tech has improved users’ quality of life and reduced health care costs by decreasing the risks of sores, infection and amputation.

Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit
Health and well-being
Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit

Recognizing that not a single indigenous person worked in the healthcare field in Whitehorse, this team started to ask why? They set about a course of action to encourage more northerners to enter the healthcare sector: bringing students to summits profiling different career paths in health care, workshops with professionals and First Aid Certification opportunities.

four people smiling for a picture
Health and well-being
Emma Ko and Face Shield MD

A student-run organization, is providing 3D-printed face shields for frontline workers. “Our main goal is to provide face shields for workers in long term care facilities because senior citizens are especially vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19.” Their team successfully applied for the #RisingYouth community service grant.

Paia

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Access Now

Maayan Ziv of Access Now is creating a more accessible world for people living with disabilities. She created an app that uses crowdsourcing to collect and share information about the accessibility of places around the globe.

Rankin Rock Hockey Camp
Health and well-being
The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp

The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp added components of literacy, nutrition and personal wellness, and leadership skills training to their hockey camps, as well as local employment for their community.

Dave Brown
Health and well-being
David Brown, Chinova Bioworks

While in his 20s, Co-founder of Chinova Bioworks, David Brown developed a unique and innovative mushroom-based fiber extract used for the shelf life extension of foods and beverages. This natural ingredient allows food and beverages to be protected from microorganisms including bacteria, yeast and mold and plays an important role in reducing food waste around the world.

Breanne Everett
Health and well-being
Breanne Everett, Orpyx Medical

In her 20s, Breanne Everett co-founded Orpyx Medical to develop her idea for shoe insoles that prompts patients with diabetic foot conditions to move their feet to improve blood flow. This wearable tech has improved users’ quality of life and reduced health care costs by decreasing the risks of sores, infection and amputation.

Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit
Health and well-being
Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit

Recognizing that not a single indigenous person worked in the healthcare field in Whitehorse, this team started to ask why? They set about a course of action to encourage more northerners to enter the healthcare sector: bringing students to summits profiling different career paths in health care, workshops with professionals and First Aid Certification opportunities.

four people smiling for a picture
Health and well-being
Emma Ko and Face Shield MD

A student-run organization, is providing 3D-printed face shields for frontline workers. “Our main goal is to provide face shields for workers in long term care facilities because senior citizens are especially vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19.” Their team successfully applied for the #RisingYouth community service grant.

GreenLith: Making specialised cellulose beads for selective extraction of Lithium ion from Lithium Ion Batteries

Access Now
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Access Now

Maayan Ziv of Access Now is creating a more accessible world for people living with disabilities. She created an app that uses crowdsourcing to collect and share information about the accessibility of places around the globe.

Rankin Rock Hockey Camp
Health and well-being
The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp

The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp added components of literacy, nutrition and personal wellness, and leadership skills training to their hockey camps, as well as local employment for their community.

Dave Brown
Health and well-being
David Brown, Chinova Bioworks

While in his 20s, Co-founder of Chinova Bioworks, David Brown developed a unique and innovative mushroom-based fiber extract used for the shelf life extension of foods and beverages. This natural ingredient allows food and beverages to be protected from microorganisms including bacteria, yeast and mold and plays an important role in reducing food waste around the world.

Breanne Everett
Health and well-being
Breanne Everett, Orpyx Medical

In her 20s, Breanne Everett co-founded Orpyx Medical to develop her idea for shoe insoles that prompts patients with diabetic foot conditions to move their feet to improve blood flow. This wearable tech has improved users’ quality of life and reduced health care costs by decreasing the risks of sores, infection and amputation.

Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit
Health and well-being
Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit

Recognizing that not a single indigenous person worked in the healthcare field in Whitehorse, this team started to ask why? They set about a course of action to encourage more northerners to enter the healthcare sector: bringing students to summits profiling different career paths in health care, workshops with professionals and First Aid Certification opportunities.

four people smiling for a picture
Health and well-being
Emma Ko and Face Shield MD

A student-run organization, is providing 3D-printed face shields for frontline workers. “Our main goal is to provide face shields for workers in long term care facilities because senior citizens are especially vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19.” Their team successfully applied for the #RisingYouth community service grant.

AI-QUA Savior: Harnessing Artificial Intelligence in Subaquatic Rescue Operations

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Access Now

Maayan Ziv of Access Now is creating a more accessible world for people living with disabilities. She created an app that uses crowdsourcing to collect and share information about the accessibility of places around the globe.

Rankin Rock Hockey Camp
Health and well-being
The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp

The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp added components of literacy, nutrition and personal wellness, and leadership skills training to their hockey camps, as well as local employment for their community.

Dave Brown
Health and well-being
David Brown, Chinova Bioworks

While in his 20s, Co-founder of Chinova Bioworks, David Brown developed a unique and innovative mushroom-based fiber extract used for the shelf life extension of foods and beverages. This natural ingredient allows food and beverages to be protected from microorganisms including bacteria, yeast and mold and plays an important role in reducing food waste around the world.

Breanne Everett
Health and well-being
Breanne Everett, Orpyx Medical

In her 20s, Breanne Everett co-founded Orpyx Medical to develop her idea for shoe insoles that prompts patients with diabetic foot conditions to move their feet to improve blood flow. This wearable tech has improved users’ quality of life and reduced health care costs by decreasing the risks of sores, infection and amputation.

Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit
Health and well-being
Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit

Recognizing that not a single indigenous person worked in the healthcare field in Whitehorse, this team started to ask why? They set about a course of action to encourage more northerners to enter the healthcare sector: bringing students to summits profiling different career paths in health care, workshops with professionals and First Aid Certification opportunities.

four people smiling for a picture
Health and well-being
Emma Ko and Face Shield MD

A student-run organization, is providing 3D-printed face shields for frontline workers. “Our main goal is to provide face shields for workers in long term care facilities because senior citizens are especially vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19.” Their team successfully applied for the #RisingYouth community service grant.

From Art to Heart

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Access Now

Maayan Ziv of Access Now is creating a more accessible world for people living with disabilities. She created an app that uses crowdsourcing to collect and share information about the accessibility of places around the globe.

Rankin Rock Hockey Camp
Health and well-being
The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp

The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp added components of literacy, nutrition and personal wellness, and leadership skills training to their hockey camps, as well as local employment for their community.

Dave Brown
Health and well-being
David Brown, Chinova Bioworks

While in his 20s, Co-founder of Chinova Bioworks, David Brown developed a unique and innovative mushroom-based fiber extract used for the shelf life extension of foods and beverages. This natural ingredient allows food and beverages to be protected from microorganisms including bacteria, yeast and mold and plays an important role in reducing food waste around the world.

Breanne Everett
Health and well-being
Breanne Everett, Orpyx Medical

In her 20s, Breanne Everett co-founded Orpyx Medical to develop her idea for shoe insoles that prompts patients with diabetic foot conditions to move their feet to improve blood flow. This wearable tech has improved users’ quality of life and reduced health care costs by decreasing the risks of sores, infection and amputation.

Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit
Health and well-being
Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit

Recognizing that not a single indigenous person worked in the healthcare field in Whitehorse, this team started to ask why? They set about a course of action to encourage more northerners to enter the healthcare sector: bringing students to summits profiling different career paths in health care, workshops with professionals and First Aid Certification opportunities.

four people smiling for a picture
Health and well-being
Emma Ko and Face Shield MD

A student-run organization, is providing 3D-printed face shields for frontline workers. “Our main goal is to provide face shields for workers in long term care facilities because senior citizens are especially vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19.” Their team successfully applied for the #RisingYouth community service grant.

MiddleEnd

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Access Now

Maayan Ziv of Access Now is creating a more accessible world for people living with disabilities. She created an app that uses crowdsourcing to collect and share information about the accessibility of places around the globe.

Rankin Rock Hockey Camp
Health and well-being
The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp

The Rankin Rock Hockey Camp added components of literacy, nutrition and personal wellness, and leadership skills training to their hockey camps, as well as local employment for their community.

Dave Brown
Health and well-being
David Brown, Chinova Bioworks

While in his 20s, Co-founder of Chinova Bioworks, David Brown developed a unique and innovative mushroom-based fiber extract used for the shelf life extension of foods and beverages. This natural ingredient allows food and beverages to be protected from microorganisms including bacteria, yeast and mold and plays an important role in reducing food waste around the world.

Breanne Everett
Health and well-being
Breanne Everett, Orpyx Medical

In her 20s, Breanne Everett co-founded Orpyx Medical to develop her idea for shoe insoles that prompts patients with diabetic foot conditions to move their feet to improve blood flow. This wearable tech has improved users’ quality of life and reduced health care costs by decreasing the risks of sores, infection and amputation.

Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit
Health and well-being
Yukon Youth Healthcare Summit

Recognizing that not a single indigenous person worked in the healthcare field in Whitehorse, this team started to ask why? They set about a course of action to encourage more northerners to enter the healthcare sector: bringing students to summits profiling different career paths in health care, workshops with professionals and First Aid Certification opportunities.

four people smiling for a picture
Health and well-being
Emma Ko and Face Shield MD

A student-run organization, is providing 3D-printed face shields for frontline workers. “Our main goal is to provide face shields for workers in long term care facilities because senior citizens are especially vulnerable to the impacts of COVID-19.” Their team successfully applied for the #RisingYouth community service grant.