Sprint Challenge Brief:
Sustainable Innovations for Advanced ManufacturingSubmissions Closed
With the advent of 3D and 4D printing technologies, advanced manufacturing approaches now allow rapid prototyping and production of new components across a range of fields from aerospace to biomedical applications, from food to fashion.
The materials used to create cutting-edge items are not always sustainably produced or suitable for end-of-lifecycle reprocessing. To that end, this Sprint seeks to identify innovations which increase the sustainability profile of advanced manufacturing raw materials by:
Materials used in any form of advanced manufacturing are in scope, and all technical maturities will be considered, provided there is a viable pathway to commercialization.
The goal of this sprint is to facilitate contact and interactions between the Sprint sponsor and active researchers or technology developers. Our client finds submissions and novel concepts from individuals and organizations in academia and research of significant interest but welcomes all viable technology providers to respond for potential commercial opportunities.
Solvers submitting an entry should highlight key innovation areas in their submission that meet criteria including:
Business Opportunity for Solvers
TechConnect will include all complete and eligible entries in an exclusive Innovation Opportunity Report for our client. Either TechConnect or the client may contact solvers with well-matched capabilities to discuss potential partnership opportunities, including – but not limited to – demonstrations, consulting, contract research, licensing, and more. TechConnect will invite top rated entries to pitch at TechConnect World in Washington, D.C. in June 2022. Audience members will include corporate, investment, and federal prospectors with purchasing authority.
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