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We Repurposed Our Robots To Help During COVID-19

Posted by Jonathan Mui on

We started this project as a way to do our part and contribute in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, what we didn't expect was how well it would be received by those we've helped and those who sought to help. 

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Our Innovation Challenge Submission

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This year Denise and Myself partook in the Innovation Challenge at NAIT (Hosted by the Mawji Center, and sponsored by Raptor Mining) as Team Innoflux.  We were challenged to come up with a way to innovate the home-buying process. So, being tech people, we decided we'd prototype an app, which we lovingly called Homii, a play on homie and home.  Learn all about it in this video:

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How being self-sufficient makes you resilient

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At the time of writing this ( early March 2020 ), Canadian media outlets are warning the public that the COVID-19 virus could potentially become a widespread pandemic. Urging the public to stock up on medication, non-perishable foods, and personal hygiene items.  Go to any grocery store at this time, and you'll notice empty shelves of what used to be toilet paper, hand sanitizer, and canned food.  If you weren't lucky enough to have the time or foresight to grab these items sooner, it may be a while until you have the opportunity as demand is exceeding supply, and stock...

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Best Microgreens to Put In Your Body

Posted by Denise Bermejo on

There are tons of microgreens that you can incorporate into your diet, but having that many choices can be super overwhelming. So we picked out 6 microgreens varieties that we think are best to put in your body!

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What it's really like to be a NAIT Mawji Centre Student Entrepreneur

Posted by Jonathan Mui on

The Mawji Centre for New Venture and Student Entrepreneurship is located on the third floor of the beautiful CAT building at the Northern Alberta Institute Of Technology (NAIT). They hold events like pitch competitions, info sessions, and networking events. And have local entrepreneurs available for student meetings.

But more than anything, they're a massive supportive force that helps you as a student entrepreneur make things happen. 

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