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The NYU Social Entrepreneurship Program, NYU Green Grants, and D-Prize want your ideas to distribute proven interventions to alleviate poverty. Submit your concept note by February 4th to the D-Prize Social Venture Competition as part of the NYU/D-Prize Social Venture Competition Consortium for the chance to win up to $15,000 in seed funding! Learn all about eligibility, timeline, and the challenges: Bring your questions to the first global online webinar on November 1st:
The NYU Entrepreneurial Institute and the Tandon Greenhouse  are pleased to announce the awardees for the Fall 2017 Prototyping Fund! The NYU Prototyping Fund awards teams of students up to $500 to build prototypes and bring their ideas to life. This cohort marks the 9th iteration of the Fund and we look forward to seeing what the teams accomplish over the duration of the semester. The application committee was pleased to see such a diverse set of ideas and cross-collaborations among
Want to expand your portfolio of accomplishments while in school?  Want bragging rights and win $10,000 in total prizes? Contribute to innovations that shape the future of healthcare! Join a team solving Healthcare Makerthon challenges! When: Today, Sept 20 Time: 6:00 – 8:00pm Where: Leslie eLab, 16 Washington Place This evening you will join a team get a head start with brainstorming solutions with your teammates receive feedback from healthcare experts on your idea learn about cool APIs
Check out Impact.Engineered, an exclusive event— sponsored by ASME and Engineering for Change—to provide a critical platform for knowledge exchange and by honoring those who are accelerating innovation and maximizing its positive social impact. The inaugural event, being held at the Centre for Social Innovation in New York City, will take place on October 18, 2017. The event will feature a day program with a series of panel discussions and networking, along with an evening
The 2018 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize Initial Application deadline of September 29, 2017 is fast approaching. The Lemelson-MIT Student Prize is a national invention competition that recognizes individual graduate students who have tested prototypes of two or more inventions and teams of undergraduate students with a tested prototype of one invention. The competition is open to full-time, degree-seeking students (as of the spring semester of 2018) with technology-based inventions in healthcare, food/water and agriculture, transportation, and consumer devices. Inventions are not limited to class projects or thesis work, and any side/personal projects could