The Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award (AmSIA) is a competition for the best innovative idea arising from Amsterdam research and celebrates existing, impactful innovations by Amsterdam researchers.
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The AmSIA is a great way to show what valuable innovations are being developed in Amsterdam. Since its launch, the competition has generated more than 650 innovative and applicable ideas. Many of these have resulted in concrete applications and some even formed the basis for a new company.
This year is the 16th edition of the AmSIA and 3 Innovation Awards and 3 Impact Awards will be presented in the categories: Society, Health and Environment & Climate. These categories are based on the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. The Innovation Award is awarded to the best innovative ideas that contribute to a better world. The Impact Award is a lifetime achievement award for Amsterdam researchers who have created meaningful impact to society with their innovations.
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