Tags: Challenge Fund

A sustainable food challenge, searching for innovative solutions that could increase the sustainable production of locally grown food in the Cardiff Capital Region has opened for applications.
Selected from more than twenty funding bids, the three successful bids have all been awarded a four-month feasibility contract of up to £50,000 per project. At the end of the four months, the projects will be assessed and the most promising will be awarded additional funding to pilot and test prototypes.
Cardiff, UK, 15 December 2022- CanSense and IQ Endoscopes have been awarded funding to develop their concepts in the initial phase of the Endoscopy Challenge, run by the Innovation team of Shaping Change at Cardiff & Vale University Health Board (CAV UHB) and supported by the CCR (Cardiff Capital Region) Challenge Fund.
The CCR Challenge Fund is open to new expressions of interest and seeking challenge ideas from public sector bodies.
Following on from our announcement of Cardiff Capital Region’s (CCR) Innovation Challenge Fund, Professor Kevin Morgan, Dean of Engagement at Cardiff University, hosts a panel of healthcare and innovation experts in an insightful and in-depth discussion about the new initiative.
Re-building local wealth through sourcing innovative solutions to tackling some of the CCR’s most urgent societal problems.

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