Congratulations to the UOW PITCH 2015 WINNERS
POSTGRADUATE STUDENT CATEGORY
Co-Winner ($5000): Sina Ameli with Objective Fitness Measurement Tool, measures fatigue in chemotherapy patients.
Co-Winner ($5000) and Best pitch ($2000): Jessica Oliver and Matthew Clark with Pioneer Road, a grey nomads app.
Best pitch ($2000) and Encouragement award ($1000): Adam Taylor, Leo Stevens, Ammar Manaa and Qi Gu with Bio-Box, aims to improve quality of treatment for cancer patients
UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT CATEGORY
Winner ($6000) and Best pitch ($2000): Annabel Blake with Nifty, a solution to sell and purchase used clothing under $50.
Runner up ($4000): Lavender Lily with The Rainbow Tunetable, modular music system for children.
Encouragement award ($1000): Kevin Pfitzner with Photochromic Screen Protector, to enhance technology’s use outdoors.
Encouragement award ($1000): Connor O’Neill, Hannah O’Sullivan, Matt Phillips and Vanessa Dwyer with ASAP, to enable businesses to electronically track and record temperature of products during delivery.
Winner ($6000) and Best pitch ($2000): Amy Wyatt and Mark Wilson with A novel half-molecule strategy to combat inflammatory disorders.
Runner up ($4000): Simon Cook with Development of novel bacterial minicell-based cancer therapeutics.
Encouragement award ($1000): Long Nghiem, Will Price and Faisal Hai with Poop Mining, recovering energy from sewage waste.
IACCELERATE SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
- Pioneer Road: Jess Oliver and Matthew Clark
- Objective fitness measurement tool: Sina Ameli
- BioBox: Adam Taylor, Leo Stevens, Ammar Manaa and Qi Gu
- Photochromic Screen Protector: Kevin Pfitzner
- The Rainbow Tunetable: Lavender Lily
- ASAP: Connor O’Neill, Hannah O’Sullivan, Matt Phillips and Vanessa Dwyer
IACCELERATE X SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
- Pixel Wear by Danijel Boskovic
- The Rainbow Tunetable - Lavender Lily
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