The Student Innovation Challenge provides a fantastic opportunity for University of Sydney students and alumni to present their innovative solutions to real-world problems. This exhibition style event offers students the chance to win up to $10,000.
Last year's winners included the world's first anti-pollution mask, a robotic translator for people with deaf blindness, a biodegradable solution alternative to plastic mulch and vehicles that can investigate underwater structures.
The Student Innovation Challenge will take place on Wednesday 21 August. Applications close Sunday 30 June.
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The competition, run annually as part of Innovation Week, saw students pitch their start-ups, innovative research and inter-disciplinary projects in an expo-style showcase on Tuesday 31 July. There was a $30,000 prize pool for the best solutions to a real-world problem.