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Prize for Innovation

The CIT Prize for Innovation is an annual competition held on CIT’s Bishopstown Campus. The competition awards cash prizes to those whose inventions and business ideas are judged most creative, novel, innovative, and likely to succeed in the marketplace. The competition is open to all departments within the Institute.

Prize Categories

€10,000 Cash Prize Fund

CIT Entrepreneur of the year €4,500

Best Pitch €1,000

Best Exhibition Stand €1,000

Most Innovative Idea €2’000

Best Business Plan €1,500

 

€3,000 Development Prize

Sponsored by the NIMBUS centre


Open to ALL students
Can be part of coursework/ project

 

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED

Prize for Innovation - Shortlisted students describing their ideas.

 

 

This is a short video with a representative of each group shortlisted for the Prize for Innovation describing their idea.

Prize for Innovation winner 2017: Dialast

Front to back: Orla O'Donoghue, Kate O'Sullivan, Kiran Shaju, Denis Hegerty and Cathal O'Sullivan students from Biomedical Engineering & Mechanical Engineering winners of the Prize for Innovation 2017. The students project - Dialast is a unique device created for diabetics, for delivery of insulin.

Prize for Innovation winner 2016: Vincent Forde

Vincent Ford, a Third Year Mechanical Engineering Student and participant in CIT's Student Inc. Summer 2015. Vincent won the Prize for innovation and title of CIT Entrepreneur of the Year at the 2015. Vincent’s project was to improve patient safety in the clinical environment.

Prize for Innovation winner 2015: Cara Tremayne

Cara Tremayne, accepting the Prize for Innovation product, a Roll Out Vegetable patch has picked up a €4,000 prize and the title of CIT Entrepreneur of the Year at the 2015 prize for innovation.

 

 

 

 

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