Global Impact Challenge 2017 seeks solutions to global challenges

Topics: ICT

Think tank and accelerator Singularity University at NASA Ames, Silicon Valley, is organizing an exceptional innovation competition in Finland. The competition winner will receive a scholarship and a seat in the 9-week Global Solutions program this summer (GSP17), to meet many of our world’s top experts and bring solutions to global grand challenges. The prize is worth 34 000 €. Five applicants will attend a 5-day SingularityU program in Copenhagen in March, which brings together the finalists from all the Nordic countries.

Finland’s Global Impact competition is looking for ideas to solve global challenges by leveraging advancing technologies. The winner of the Finnish competition will be chosen on March 29th in the final event held in Helsinki.

Applications are open until 26.2.

Applications and guidelines:

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