HIMS researcher Dr Chris Slootweg is one of nine finalists for the Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award 2019. He is nominated for his idea "Circular phosphate economy: Pioneers in closing the phosphorus cycle". The AMSIA finalists will pitch their innovative ideas during a festive award ceremony in NEMO Science Museum on Tuesday 26 November.
The Amsterdam Innovation Award is an Amsterdam competition for innovative ideas with a societal and/or commercial impact. The jury has selected nine finalists for the Innovation Award from all submissions received from Amsterdam knowledge and research institutes. A prize of €7,500 will be awarded to the winner in each of three categories.
More information on the finalists can be found on the website of the Amsterdam Science & Innovation Award. Should you want to attend the final, free of charge, please fill out the registration form.