The 50 Best Workplaces in Technology, though, stand out for being Great Places to Work For All. The methodology rewards companies that provide a consistently positive experience for employees across the organization, no matter who they are or what they do for the organization. Great Place to Work also assessed how inclusive organizations are with respect to innovation opportunities for employees, how well companies live out their values and how effective leaders are in the eyes of employees.
An eighteen-year-old Vancouver student has created a smartphone system that helps detect whether someone might have Alzheimer's disease.
Kai Leong, who just graduated from Killarney Secondary School, has developed an app that measures and analyzes a person's gait — the way they move while walking.