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In keeping with its commitment to innovation, FEDIL is launching the call for entries for the 25th edition of its Innovation Prize, awarded in alternation with the FEDIL Environment Prize.

By organising its Innovation Award, FEDIL wishes to encourage creativity, innovation and research in companies. The prize rewards innovators and researchers working for companies as well as independent innovators and young researchers.

The projects submitted must stand out for their innovative and original character, while being of interest to the Luxembourg economy.

The rules and the application form can be downloaded below.

Applications must be submitted by 8 July 2022. The jury, composed of experts from the public and private sectors, will announce the winners of this 25th edition in autumn 2022.

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