24th November 2017
CUE £100 for 100 Words: Winners Announced
THE SCORES FOR THE 100 WORDS COMPETITION ARE IN! In alphabetical order, the winners are:
Phillipp Braeuninger-Weimer, with a nanomaterial sensor that measures carryover contamination in batch processes in the food industry.
Michael Coto, with a low-cost water-purifying photocatalyst for rural communities.
Christian Hoecker, with a CUED-developed patent-pending Li-Ion battery technology.
Tom Hudson, with an application of radar technology for remotely monitoring groundwater depth.
Jez Lim Marson with ‘RenoSure’ - a sensor which fits into a patient’s vein and measures kidney function wirelessly.
Patrik Milohanic with ‘Streetcast’ - an app for street performers to interact with audiences worldwide over the internet.
Katarzyna Sokol with inorganic, reversible thermochromic pigments for home appliances and industrial machinery.
L Wallace, with biotattoos for identifying livestock requiring antibiotics.
Maria Teresa Perez Zaballos with an accelerometer-enhanced vestibular implant to treat vertigo.
Maria Teresa Perez Zaballos et al with ‘MyCornea’ - a biofabricated corneal transplant.
Thanks to everyone who entered! Competition was fierce this year with 271 entries.
We’re looking forward to seeing many of the winners and runner-ups fleshed out in our £2000 competition, where you’ll have the chance to really show what you can do.
(If you've won a prize, we'll contact you via the email you used in your submission to confirm.)