Grand Challenge: Ask Me Anything with Dr Cameron Webb and Dr Toby Mills
At this Ask Me Anything you'll have the opportunity to pick the brains of people at the forefront of mosquito interventions to help you develop and refine a potential solution for submission to the 2021 Grand Challenge.
The University of Newcastle’s Grand Challenge is an annual initiative with the aim of encouraging multi-disciplinary teams to propose and develop potential solutions to a complex challenge. The most compelling submissions will receive funding and support to advance their idea.
This year the Grand Challenge has focused on furthering our capability to trap mosquitoes in a more targeted and practical way. There is one problem statement to this Challenge. Proposals should include responses to the following question:
- How might we improve trap designs used to collect adult mosquitoes?
The Grand Challenge
Skill up and get informed to help drive a strong submission to the Grand Challenge. Grand Challenge submissions open Oct 11 – Oct 25
The Grand Challenge is open to all University of Newcastle students, staff, academics and alumni across the globe, as well as the wider community. It is a great way to be exposed to fresh ideas, learn new skills and build creative, original work while having real-world impact. Great ideas come from everywhere, so no matter your background or experience you’ve got everything to gain by participating. For more information visit newcastle.edu.au/grand-challenge
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