The Trinity Bradfield Prize returns for 2022, the fourth edition of the competition.
One of the most popular science & technology competitions running at The University of Cambridge, the previous editions of the prize have attracted 289 applications with £50,000 awarded in non dilutive prize money.
The prize is open for applications from any Cambridge student keen to pursue early-stage tech ideas and commercialise their research. Undergraduates, postgraduates and early career researchers at Cambridge are encouraged to apply. At least one member of each team needs to be a member of the University of Cambridge.
All finalists will enjoy a 3 month program of relevant mentoring and complimentary membership of the state-of-the-art Bradfield Centre, the leading entrepreneurial hub in the region.
The 2022 winners will be announced on the night by Nobel Laureate, Sir Gregory Winter who is best known for developing new classes of antibody-based drugs to treat cancer and auto-immune diseases, which have revolutionised the pharmaceutical industry.
Vuala as one of the top 8 finalist, will pitch at the live final on 24/01 at The Bradfield Centre, Cambridge.