Eli and Britt Harari Enterprise Award - Launching February 2019
The Eli and Britt Harari Enterprise Award, in association with Professor Sir Andre Geim, is an annual award to help establish new companies involved with graphene and other 2D materials at The University of Manchester.
About the Eli and Britt Harari Enterprise Award
The Award is open to entries from students, postdoctoral researchers or recent graduates of the University and is supported by Manchester Enterprise Centre.
The prize money acts as seed funding to enable you to take the first steps towards the successful application of the technology described in your submission. It recognises the role that high-level, flexible early-stage financial support can play in the successful development of a business targeting the full commercialisation of a product or technology related to research in graphene or 2D materials.
It is funded by the North American Foundation for The University of Manchester, through the generous support of one of the University’s former students, Dr Eli Harari, and his wife Britt.
Register your interest
If you are considering submitting an application and would like to receive details of workshops, seminars and one-to-one help to support your application, please contact Dr Martin Henery: email@example.com
The Award is open to both individuals and teams.
You must be a current student or postdoctoral researcher at The University of Manchester, or an alumnus of The University of Manchester who graduated after June 2014.
Your team can contain up to six people. At least half of the team must be current students or postdoctoral researchers at The University of Manchester, or alumni of The University of Manchester who graduated after June 2014.
You need to complete and submit an application form. Applications must be emailed as a Word file to firstname.lastname@example.org. No other file formats (including PDF) will be accepted.
If shortlisted, you will be asked to present a 15 minute Powerpoint presentation to a panel, followed by up to 15 minutes of questions. You will be offered support to further develop your proposal ready for the presentation to the panel.
The winners of the 2018 Award were Honeycomb Biotechnology and Advanced Graphene Structures.