“When I learned about the Ebola outbreak last year, I was astonished at just how vulnerable the airplane cabin environment could be in propagating disease epidemics.”
Raymond Wang is a 17 year old Canadian innovator with a love of science, engineering and entrepreneurship. He is one of Canada’s Top 20 Under 20 and the recipient of the prestigious Gordon E. Moore Award for the Top Project at the 2015 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF).
Raymond has been tackling issues with the modern world since he was 12 years old, founding his own company and engineering solutions in fields that include renewable energy, biomechanics, and environmental management. Most recently, Raymond invented a way to curb disease transmission in aircraft cabins, to help stop the next disease epidemic.
Over the years, Raymond’s work has received both national and international recognition, and his innovations can be found on NBC and TED. Helping other young researchers to get their work published, Raymond also serves as a Senior Editor on the International Student Editorial Board (ISEB) of the Journal of Student Science and Technology.
In his spare time, Raymond enjoys exploring music as both a clarinetist of the Canadian National Youth Band and an avid pianist. Raymond envisions himself pursuing a career in science and, applying engineering with a business approach to do his part in bettering the world.
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