This category recognises the importance and societal impact of research and development by post-16 education as a driver of sustainable development and implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals. As claims of impact from research and development can be difficult to judge, entries are sought which:
Possible activities include:
Judges will be also interested in innovative approaches to better link academic research with industry need. Eligible entries can include both large-scale projects with major impacts as well as small-scale projects that provide tangible impacts in focused areas/technologies, or amongst specific target audiences. In line with the broader sustainability agenda, judges will be keen to see evidence on how the project links with the Sustainable Development Goals.
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Killer air: Improving the world though low-cost air quality monitoring
EQUIANO - human rights risk assessment tool
Stopping the poachers: Building partnerships and low cost technological solutions for Rhino Conservation
OPERAs Project: Ecosystem science for policy and practice - from local to global
Promoting sustainability within the cut-flower industry
Circular plastic: From a plastic bottle to new products in low income areas