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Pitching competition for an innovative healthcare solution – apply now!

A Health Design pitching competition will take place at the event on the 28th to the 29th November.

The aim of the competition is to advance research-based health innovations. The prize sum is 50,000 euros in total, the first prize being 30,000 euros. The top three competitors will receive prizes. The sponsor of the competition is Instrumentarium Science Foundation. Those taking part in the competition will be able to get valuable feedback from the Health Design panel of judges and further learn how good design can help them succeed.
The application deadline is 23.11.2017.

The jury consists of Saara Hassinen (Healthtech Finland), Risto Ilmoniemi (Instrumentarium Science Foundation and Aalto University), Prashant Jha (All India Institute of Medical Sciences Delhi) and Jyrki Nieminen (Merivaara).

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