About the Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award
The Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award is the Amsterdam competition for innovative ideas with a societal and/or commercial impact. It is an annual competition for the best applicable innovation resulting from Amsterdam research. The feasibility of the idea and the social benefit play an important role in the jury assessment. This award is open to all researchers, staff and students in all disciplines from all Amsterdam universities, universities of applied sciences, academic hospitals and public research centers. The finals of the Award will be held for the fourteenth time on Thursday, 26 November 2019.
IXA launched the award at the Science Park back in 2005. Since then, it has grown to become an innovation prize that is open to researchers and students from all Amsterdam universities, universities of applied sciences and institutes.
Since its launch, the Award has generated more than 400 innovative, bright and applicable ideas. Many of these have resulted in concrete applications and some even formed the basis for new businesses.
Innovation Exchange Amsterdam (IXA)
The Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award is organized by IXA, the joint knowledge transfer office of Amsterdam UMC, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (HvA), University of Amsterdam (UvA) and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VU). The City of Amsterdam fully endorses this innovation award for the city of Amsterdam.
Levensreddende mobiele scanner wint Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award Impact Awards voor Erik Scherder en Marcel van Herk Alvast in de ambulance bekijken hoe erg de patiënt met een beroerte eraan toe is, zodat hij meteen naar het juiste ziekenhuis voor de juiste behandeling kan worden vervoerd. Dat innovatieve idee van Jonathan Coutinho (neuroloog, Amsterdam […]News
On Tuesday Juli 4, 2017, Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award winners Kenneth Chin and Juultje Sommers were interviewed by Meindert Schut about their winning innovations. Your cookie settings are blocking this content. Please adjust your cookie preferences to view the content.News
Nathalie de Vent wins Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award 2017 Nathalie de Vent and Joost Agelink van Rentergem of the University of Amsterdam are the winners of the Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award 2017, the annual award for the most innovative scientific idea of all Amsterdam knowledge and research institutes. They received the award for […]News