The inaugural PLuS Alliance Prize in innovation is now open for nominations.
The PLuS Alliance Prize awards US$50,000 annually to highlight innovation in research and innovation in education that:
addresses a globally-significant issue
makes a direct and positive impact, and
helps, or has the potential to help communities globally.
Professional and academic staff, students and alumni from King’s College London, as well from fellow members of the PLuS Alliance, Arizona State University and UNSW Sydney, are eligible to nominate a global innovator in each of the categories of Research Innovation and Education Innovation.
Prizes are awarded for innovation in research as well as in education.
For further information on the prizes and the nomination process follow the links:
Keynote speaker: Sir Bruce Keogh KBE, Medical Director, NHS England
Hosted by Professor Sir Robert Lechler, Vice Principal (Health), King’s
King’s College Entrepreneurship Institute and King’s health societies have put together a unique opportunity for you to hear from key opinion leaders in the entrepreneurial world. The event is free and open to all at KCL.
This special event offers you the opportunity to:
Vote on the challenges faced by the health industry you feel most passionately about, and learn about the important role innovation and entrepreneurship play in tackling them.
Celebrate innovation in health at King’s College London at an event organised by the Entrepreneurship Institute and KCL’s health societies. At this evening talk you will learn more about the important role innovation and entrepreneurship play in tackling challenges currently faced by the health industry. Find out more here.
We are delighted to invite you the Lion’s Den Challenge Start-Up Competition (LDC). The university’s flagship start-up competition that equips King’s students, alumni & staff with practical business skills, whilst giving them an opportunity to win up to 7 awards and £11,000 prize money to help develop and test their businessideas and prototypes.
No previous knowledge or experience in business required – you don’t even need to have an idea when you come to the workshops!