The McGill Engine Prize supports a technologically based venture competing in the final round of the McGill Dobson Cup competition. To be eligible for the McGill Engine Prize in the McGill Dobson Cup, at least one team member must be a current full-time student or professor in McGill’s Faculty of Engineering and the venture must be technologically based. Teams competing for this prize must pitch to the McGill Engine team. The prize is only awarded if more than one team makes the final round and they rate above adequate in their final pitch and venture evaluation by the McGill Engine team.
elleFAWe are a team of 5 engineers dedicated to improving the inadequate screening and treatment of endometriosis, a debilitating chronic disease that affects 10% of women (same prevalence as diabetes) and causes chronic inflammation, severe pain, and in many cases, infertility.
Brighten is a new tech start-up focused on providing Canadians with personalized, accessible, and comprehensive solutions for developing routines that support mental wellness and facilitate the management of winter depression.
Our mission is to provide high-quality diagnostic equipment to North American hospitals for the rapid, inexpensive, and high-throughput screening of MRSA in admitted patients. We are a team of three final year Bioengineering students.