SparkLabs Cultiv8 and Science & Technology Australia are excited to collaborate to launch a new clean-tech competition in food and agriculture.
The competition, offered exclusively to Science & Technology Australia members, seeks to identify early-stage, innovative technologies to boost sustainability in agriculture and food production and processing.
The most promising ideas will gain access to SparkLabs Cultiv8’s prestigious six-month accelerator program.
The winner will get up to $100,000 of investment, plus mentoring, networking and business development support to help bring the next generation of clean agri-food technologies to market.
We’re excited to unearth bold ideas, so don’t miss this opportunity to grow your business and enhance sustainability in the agri-food industry.
Applicants must belong to an STA member organisation.
You’ll need a working prototype or proof-of-concept for a technology solution that has the potential to improve environmental sustainability across the agriculture and food value chain.
Priority areas for this competition are: climate adaptability and emissions; AI, ML and data capture; natural capital and biodiversity; energy transition and adoption; automation and robotics; circularity, and; animal nutrition and crop health.
Applications for this prestigious prize close on 17 April.
Want to know more? The clever team at SparkLabs Cultiv8 will host an information webinar on Wednesday 5 April at 2pm (AEDT). Register here.