developed a cookbook for diabetes patients to show that you can still enjoy life with diabetes
Djuna has cystic fibrosis and received a set of new lungs, donated anonymously. Now she can sing, work, run and make plans for the future again. In March 2012 she ran the Rotterdam marathon
Everybody wants to change the world, but where to start? Maarten seeks for answers by living without electricity for a month or traveling to Switzerland to research his clothing.
Yoram traveled the world on a sailing boat with the "School at Sea" program. He learned to sail but that was not the most important thing he learned.
Mattho wants to be the first European man to win the Taekwondo Poomsae tournament. To train for this he went on a 4 month bootcamp in South Korea.
Nout won a space trip. In 2014 he will be the youngest astronaut when he travels with "Space Expedition"
Karim is researcher, inventor, artist and entrepreneur. His goal is to inspire and to get the most out of himself to make the world a better place. He feels Education systems, economy and society are dark forces that suppress the power of mankind. His mission in life is to fight these powers
School was not really his thing. After several jobs and bits of education, he started a five star hotel near Schiphol internation airport in the Netherlands. A hotel, not for people but for cars!
Bilal is founder of fashion house Guy Vernes. He will talk about his journey in the fashion industry and how he's using clothing to tell stories. The power of stories shows that clothing can bring people closer to each other
A life changing experience convinced Olivier to start participating in making the world a better place. Now, years later, his dream is becoming reality. But what happened?
Anna (23 years old) is tourmanager of Chef'Special, a Dutch pop band and several other large events and festivals. When asked how she could have acheived that at her age, she answers that you do not get changes, you create them yourself
Boyan Slat (@BoyanSlat, Delft, 1994) combines environmentalism, creativity and technology to tackle global issues of sustainability. Currently working on oceanic plastic pollution, he believes current prevention measures will have to be supplemented by active removal of plastics in order to succeed. With his concept called Marine Litter Extraction, Boyan Slat proposes a radical clean-up solution, for which he won the Best Technical Design award 2012 at the TU Delft.