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Young Innovators Awards 2021/22 [18-30s apply by 28th July]

£5,000 plus living allowance for young people (18-30) to develop creative and ground-breaking business ideas.

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Accelerate@Babraham Life Science Start-Up Accelerator [apply by 19th July]

5 months training programme, lab space and £10,000 cash prise for 5 life science start-ups.

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New startup Cambridge Bioreagents seeks student or postdoc collaborator [deadline unspecified]

Colloaborator sought to help test and optimise sustainable waste-based alternatives to LB and complex media.

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Global Challenge Deep Tech Startup Competition [apply by 18th June]

Up to €100,000 funding for science and deep tech entrepreneurs. Areas include: data and AI, digital health and medical devices, energy and environment, food and agriculture, industrial biotech and new materials and medical biotech and pharmaceuticals.

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Vice Chancellor's Awards for Research Impact and Engagement [apply by 15th June]

University of Cambridge Awards recognising outstanding achievement, innovation and creativity in devising and implementing ambitious engagement and impact plans.

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Chris Abell Postdoc Business Plan Competition [apply by 11th July]

Business plan competition for University of Cambridge postdocs. Up to £20,000 funding, coaching and support.

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Join i-Teams for the Easter Term [apply by 16th March]

Opportunity for post-graduate students, postdocs and staff to join Easter term i-Teams projects exploring bio-inspired robotics, 3D data visualisation and improved cancer treatments.

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Agri-Tech Accelerator [apply before 8th March]

10-week accelerator programme for early stage (0-3 years) start-ups in the agricultural technology sector.

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Solve for Tomorrow: Samsung UK Tech Competition [apply by 21st February]

Solve for Tomorrow is a nationwide competition, empowering the UK’s next generation of innovators to change the world for good. No qualifications required. No existing expertise needed. Just an idea that uses technology and a desire to make a difference.

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Global Young Innovators Programme [apply by 8th January]

£10,000 funding for enterpreneurs aged 18-30 in the UK and South Africa to tackle global challenges.

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