Jonathan Khouzam.

Charles Greatest Secondary School, Coquitlam Student uses 3D imaging showing how alcohol consumption shrinks mind cells Edmonton Catherine Jessica and Fan Li, both 17, Grade 12, Old Scona Academic SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Students’ discovery may head to medical trial as a fresh treatment for common medical center infections Nova Scotia Samantha Wright-Smith, 16, Grade 11, South Colchester Academy, Brookfield Student grows bacteria that could aid essential oil spill cleanups New Brunswick Camille Champigny, 15, Quality 10, -cole l’Odys-e, Moncton Coming to grips with the health risks of pesticides Northern Manitoba Emily Klekta, 16, Grade 11, Swan Valley Regional Secondary College, Swan River College student finds faster way to grow vegetables in short, cold climate growing time of year Newfoundland Hannah Boone, 14, Grade 9, St.ACU-4429 is among the only treatments in advancement that works to regulate the eye’s visual cycle for digesting light. By regulating this cycle, ACU-4429 has demonstrated the capability to decrease the levels of toxic by-products in the attention and thereby potentially stop the progress of dry AMD. Dry AMD is a respected cause of vision loss in people over the age of 50, yet there are no therapies currently approved to treat this condition. AMD occurs in dry and wet forms, which are estimated to affect more than 29 million people worldwide together, according to a 2007 Visiongain report. This number is likely to double within the next 20 years because of the aging population.