Tech Futures Challenge Team Projects

Youth Innovation Showcase

2022 Projects

Project Pitch Showcase Awards - Feb 2022

Awards – Beginner

Best Pitch: CCHS SynBio, Project CRIT – $2,000 award
Runner-up Pitch: Rundle College, Food Flip – $1,500 award

Awards – Advanced
Best Pitch: ULethbridge iGEM – $2,000 award
Runner-up Pitch: Calgary iGEM, Cellucoat – $1,500 award

Project Prototype Showcase Awards - May 2022

Awards – Beginner

  • Top Project: Green Earth – $2,500 award
  • Top App design: Green Earth – $50 Tutoring Education Centre voucher
  • Best Prototype (shared): Green Earth and Siksika HS
  • Robotics – $1,000 award ($500 each)
  • Best Sustainability: Siksika HS Robotics – $1,000 award

Awards – Advanced

  • Top Project: Renert High School – $2,500 award
  • Best Sustainability: Renert High School – $1,000 award
  • Best Prototype: UCalgary iGEM – $1,000 award

Project Pitch Showcase Awards - March 2021

Awards – Beginner

  • Best Pitch: The Adventioneers – $2,000 award
  • Runner-up Pitch: Renert High School – $1,500 award

Awards – Advanced

  • Best Pitch: Oviita Calgary iGEM – $2,000 award
  • Runner-up Pitch: ULethbridge iGEM – $1,500 award

Project Prototype Showcase Awards - May 2021

  • Overall Best Project: The Adventioneers – $3,500 award
  • Overall Best Project – Runner Up: Renert High School – $2,500 award
  • Mobility Quotient Award for Best Sustainability Project: Lethbridge High School iGEM – 1,000 award
  • Mobility Quotient Award for Best Prototype: The Adventioneers – 1,000 award
  • Top Arduino Design: IntelliPark – TKSmart – $50 Tutoring Education Centre voucher
  • Top Start-Up Program Candidate: Renert High School – Entrepreneurial summer camp at Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship & Innovation