2017 Humans of Alberta Innovation

What’s the hardest thing about being an entrepreneur? Stuart Kinnear shares his thoughts.

How did you inspire young girls to think about engineering as a career choice? Dr. Laleh Bahjet has some ideas.

Dr. Mohamed Gamal El-Din is driven equally by his love of research and his love for his family.

Dr. Lori J. West lives for the ‘aha!’ moments in her work as a transplant cardiologist.

How did road trips as a young boy influence the career of Calgary engineer Dr. Chris Clarkson?

How do Alberta teachers leverage industry to teach energy literacy? They engage the support of BP Canada’s A+ for Energy program.

Connor Gottfried is an interesting mix of creativity, technical ability and a strong desire to make e-learning accessible around the world.

Dr. Kristen Baton says sometimes our careers are driven by a desire to change the world because of our youthful experiences.

Colin Knox knew what kept him up at night. So he developed solutions he now sells to others.

4th year medical student Jessica Luc believes in the humanism in medicine, to keep ‘care’ in health care.

Tushar Sharma takes seriously his responsibility to pay it forward.

Isn’t cancer prevention better than better cancer treatment? Hear Dr. Haili Wang’s thoughts.

Can intuition play a role in artificial intelligence? Dr. Michael Bowling thinks so.

What motivates a 9-year-old girl to share her passion for STEM with other girls? Sophia Fairweather will tell you.

Steve Fisher’s vision is to de-risk capital projects to help the infrastructure get built that will provide clean energy for everyone on the planet.

The intersection of 3D modelling and mathematical algorithms is an inspiring place for Dr. Faramarz Samavati.