Applications are now Open for a Major Chemistry Innovation Competition
The Royal Society of Chemistry’s Emerging Technologies Competition has gone from being an exciting new competition for innovators to one of the most respected showcases of the technology and products of tomorrow.
If you are a small company or university spin out whose mastery of the chemical sciences has helped to create a product that can deliver a real-world benefit for wider society then you could be in with the chance of winning £10,000, business and pitch training from the Cambridge Judge Business School as well as mentorship from some of the world’s biggest companies such as Unilever, Croda, Johnson Matthey, RSSL and Pfizer.
So if you think you have what it takes, you have until 5 July to apply.
Entry Criteria: The competition is open to small companies or university spin outs based in the UK, EU, Norway or Iceland with fewer than 20 employees and a turnover of less than £2million. Entries are invited in four categories: • Health • Energy and the environment • Food and drink • Enabling technologies
Applicants are advised that the technology entered must have some form of IP protection and are required to be available 28 -29 October in London if shortlisted. For further information and details on how to apply for the competition, visit our website