Sign up your idea and have a chance to win € 10.000!
Do you have an innovative idea and would you like to develop it further? The Innovation Award is the Amsterdam competition for research based innovative ideas that contribute to a better world.
You have the chance to get feedback on your idea, get a pitch training, share your innovation with the public and win € 10,000!
The prize of € 10.000 will be awarded to the best idea in each category: Society, Health and Environment & Climate, inspired by the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations*. For more information take a look at the flyer.
All researchers, staff and students from all Amsterdam universities and universities of applied sciences are encouraged to register for the Innovation Award. The Innovation award is an inclusive competition open to idea’s from all research disciplines.
How to participate?
Do you have an idea, small or big, concept stage or more developed? Describe your idea and sign up via the application page!
Join our online workshop on Wednesday 24 March to improve your proposal in which experts help you to turn your idea into a sound and clear application.
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