It’s always exciting when you have an innovative idea, small or big. Developing your innovation however, can be a demanding task.
By joining the Amsterdam Science and Innovation Award you will get the opportunity to explore the potential of your idea, while getting professional support on the way.
Although winning the Amsterdam Science and Innovation Award will contribute greatly to your work, we make sure that every attendant will benefit from participating. Business developers of Innovation Exchange Amsterdam (IXA) will give a free workshop on how to develop your idea into a sound and clear proposition and all participants can get feedback on their work. When you reach the finals of the Award, you will receive a professional pitch training as well.
Amsterdam Science and Innovation Award will give you media attention and a stage for your idea. This helped many participants attracting more funding and support.
“Of course it was an honor to be the first Psychologist to win the AMSIA and it greatly contributed to our work, but more importantly the prize has helped attract more funding and support. Apart from winning, the prize has helped stress the importance of what we’re doing”
Nathalie de Vent (UvA) – winner 2017
By joining the Amsterdam Science and Innovation Award you will bring your idea a step closer to reality. Register now and win one of the three €7.500 awards.
The finalists for the Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award 2017 are selected. The jury, chaired by Mirjam van Praag, had the difficult task to select ten finalists from all entries of the Amsterdam universities and research institutes. The finalists are: Bauke Bakker (Orlando Cabanas, Roberto Pizato, Dion Gavriilidis )| Alumni network Medialab Amsterdam – HvA […]News
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This morning on the 11th of July scientists and students worked on their Science & Innovation Award proposal during a ‘breakfast workshop’. The workshop was given by IXA business developers, while participants were enjoying a cup of coffee and croissant. During the workshop, participants worked with the IXA triangle model. The model helped the participants […]News