Science students @ GHCI will embark on a unique learning opportunity in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) cirriculum in partnership with UofT's IBBME. Traditionally students have a narrow scope of what "engineering" and "science" REALLY involve. This activity and design based program engages students to delve into real-wolrd problems associated with biomedical engineering. The program develops STEM related skills such as but not limited to problem solving, creative as well as critical thinking, analytical processing and written and oral communication. Further, the program exposes students to high caliber university learning environment and to a vast realm of previously unknown career opportunities.