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Call for Applications: Falling Walls Lab India 2018

The DAAD – German Academic Exchange Service and DWIH – German House for Research and Innovation New Delhi, together with the Jadavpur University Kolkata, bring to you the next edition of the Falling Walls Lab India. This initiative is supported by the Federal Foreign Office, Germany.

Falling Walls Lab is a unique competition that provides young researchers and entrepreneurs a platform to present their research project, business plan or social initiative. The challenge is to present this in just 3 minutes!

The winner gets to compete with Falling Walls Lab winners from across the world at the global Lab finale that takes place in Berlin on 8 November 2018, and also gets a ticket to the prestigious Falling Walls Conference on 9 November where leaders from science, industry and policy-making meet. The trip to Berlin is financed by the DWIH – German House for Research and Innovation New Delhi.

Note the following:
1. Eligibility and application details can be found on the Event Poster 2018.
2. Shortlisted candidates will be invited to perform at the Jadavpur University. The travel within India and stay will be taken care of by the DWIH – German House for Research and Innovation New Delhi.
3. To get an idea of presentations at the Falling Walls Lab, check the videos on http://falling-walls.com/lab/winners 

Falling Walls Lab India 2018
When: 7 April 2018
Where: Jadavpur University, Kolkata

Extended Application Deadline: 17 February 2018 

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