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Applications invited: Falling Walls Lab India 2020

Share your innovative idea and win a trip to Berlin!
When: 22 August 2020
Where: Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur

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!


  • Falling Walls Lab India 2020 Winner
    The winner gets to compete with Falling Walls Lab winners (100 International winners!) from across the world at the global Lab finale that takes place in Berlin in November, and also gets a ticket to the prestigious Falling Walls Conference in Berlin where leaders from science, industry and policy-making meet.
  • DAAD Entrepreneurship Prize 2020 Winner
    The Lab will also function as the platform for the selection of the DAAD Entrepreneurship Prize 2020 winner from India. The prize consists of participation in the Innovation Week, a 5-day entrepreneurship boot camp in Germany organised and hosted by the DAAD.

The Falling Walls Lab India 2020 is being organised by the DAAD and DWIH New Delhi in partnership with the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur.


Application Deadline: 24 May 2020
Please share a link to your 3-minute presentation video in the same field as your project description. You can host it on any platform of your choice.

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