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17 August 2016

Do you have a great idea you want to share with the world’s top scientists? Falling Walls Lab is the platform you need. The Lab is an interdisciplinary forum for aspiring scientists and professionals from around the world. It is part of the annual, internationally renowned, conference for breakthroughs in science and society; the Falling Walls Conference. The Falling Walls Lab offers emerging talents, entrepreneurs and innovators a stage to pitch research project, business plan, entrepreneurial or social initiative to their peers and a distinguished jury from academia and business.

There are only 30 spots in the preliminary round for the Benelux, which is hosted in Groningen on the 2nd of October 2016. You can sign up until the 18th of September. A prestigious jury from science and business awards the best pitch with €750 and an all-expenses-paid trip to Berlin for the final competition on the 8th and the Conference 9th November 2016 (1st place). The second and third place winners receive €350 and €150, respectively.

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Are you ready to break walls? Please sign up for Falling Walls Lab Groningen 2016.
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