GRIPS 2022: IOM3 Poster Award for Innovations in Plastics Sustainability

Posted on Posted on 16 Dec 2021

The IOM3 Poster Award at Global Research & Innovation in Plastics Sustainability (GRIPS) 2022 has just been announced, with a deadline for submissions of 4th February 2022.

As part of GRIPS 2022, IOM3 have organised a poster award for innovations in plastics sustainability. 

IOM3 Poster Award – for innovations in plastics sustainability

This award is open to all: under-graduate and post-graduate students, business innovators, startups and large companies, making disruptive innovations that will have a positive impact on plastic sustainability. Applicants should prepare a single PowerPoint slide (.ppt/.pptx) which summarises their innovation and its impacts on future use and disposal of plastics along with a 250 word statement about the work.

All posters will be reviewed by an expert panel curated by IOM3 and available to delegates during the conference. The best 6 will be invited to present during the conference with the final award being presented on the closing day. All submitted posters will be added to the conference documents and shown throughout the conference. There will be a prize for the winner.

Deadline for submissions is 4th February 2021 uploaded to DROPBOX LINK Please include your email address and an email address for your academic supervisor (if relevant) in your statement document. Ensure all files are clearly labelled with your name and institution for tracking.

 

More Info:

Global Research and Innovation in Plastics Sustainability is a conference, exhibition and showcase that will be held on 15th – 17th March 2022 online. It is organised and run by Innovate UK KTN and hosted by the UK Circular Plastics Network. View exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities here. You can find out further information here.

Register for GRIPS 2022 as an exhibitor or delegate here

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