CIOB International innovation and research awards 2016
On 21 Jun 2016, The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) launched the 2016 International Innovation and Research (I&R) awards. This is an international awards scheme that recognises outstanding achievements in the built environment.
The awards are open to recent graduates, academics and industry practitioners, CIOB members and non-members in any country.
There are 6 award categories:
- Innovation Achiever's Award.
- Digital Innovation Award.
- Innovation in Education & Training Award.
- Research Paper Award.
- Undergraduate Dissertation Award.
- Masters Dissertation Award.
It is free to submit entries and there are cash prizes of up to £2,000 available.
The closing date is 7 October 2016 for the first 5 categories. The closing date for the Masters Dissertation Award is 11 November 2016.
Full entry details can be found at on the I&R Awards website.
For inquiries, contact the I&R Awards Team at [email protected], or phone +44 (0) 1344 630 796.
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