The 48-Hour Health Challenge is a perfect opportunity to engage with some of the big problems facing the Health Sector in Canterbury and New Zealand and take home part of a $3,000 cash prize pool!
Over the weekend you will work in teams tackling one of the Challenges set by the Health Precinct Advisory Council. You will discuss and test your concept with experts from the health sector and mentors from the business community.
At the end of the weekend each team will pitch to a panel of judges with the top three teams taking home cash prizes!
Ideas developed and pitched during the weekend may be taken up by the Health Precinct and implemented – if this happens participants will have the opportunity to continue to be involved.
48-Hour Health Challenge
24 and 25 March, 9.00am – 6.00pm
Applications close Friday 16 March, 12.00pm
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Up for grabs is a student survival pack (valued at $200) and ten $10 UCSA cafe vouchers.
Entries are open from 9am Monday 16 October – 11.59pm Monday 23 October – so come on, show us how you’re spending your last week of lectures. Terms and conditions apply>
Are you an inventor, an innovator, a creator? Could $25,000 help turn your idea into reality?
WWF-New Zealand, with supporters The Tindall Foundation, Department of Conservation, Callaghan Innovation and Bioheritage Heritage National Science Challenge, is on the search—from research labs to garden sheds and everywhere in between—for new ideas that could positively impact the environment.
Open from 25 September to 15 October, WWF-New Zealand’s Conservation Innovation Awards seek out and reward innovative game-changers for conservation. To find out how to submit an idea visit www.wwf.org.nz/innovation. A prize package of $25,000 will be awarded to each of the three winners.
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