On Tuesday 26th of November 2019 the festive finale of the Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award took place in NEMO, Science Museum.
During the Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award finale, nine finalists presented their innovations on stage. Thereafter, the jury granted three finalists the Innovation Award and €7.500. In the category Alpha/Gamma Jill Coster van Voorhout received the award, Marissa de Boer won the award in the category Beta en in Life Sciences the award went to Bernadette de Bakker.
Impact Awards were awarded to distinguished researchers or research groups who have made a meaningful contribution to society with their research and innovations. Jaap Bonjer (Amsterdam UMC), Erwin Peterman and Gijs Wuite (VU) and Roeland van Geuns (HvA) received the Impact Awards 2019.
For an overview of the festive final, the please see the aftermovie below.
“Wat een fantastische viering van wetenschappelijke innovatie in Amsterdam. De kracht, energie en mogelijkheden van Amsterdam werden ijzersterk neergezet en zijn een bron van inspiratie om volle kracht voorwaarts te gaan”.
– Jaap Bonjer, winner Impact Award, Life Sciences
Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award in the media: NU.nl, BNR Radio (from 2:19:28) and NOS Radio 1 Journaal (from 18:05).News
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