At this moment, the jury members of the Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award, are assessing the received applications of the Innovation Award. Soon the jury will come together in a meeting to discuss the innovative ideas.
The jury will choose nine finalists who will pitch their ideas during the finale of the Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award. The finalists will consist of three researchers per category: alpha/ gamma, beta and Life Sciences. During the finale, one researcher of each category will win the Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award and receive € 7,500.
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