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 took place on Wednesday 21 August 2019.
This prize is for startups that have commercial potential.
This prize is for innovative research that has the potential to be translated into a practical application.
This prize is for interdisciplinary solutions to real-world problems.
This prize is for alumni who have successfully commercialised their research.