04/15-Good news! Qidni and Genecis won the 3rd Internat
The 3rd International Competition of Shenzhen Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition of China is closely related to the layout of Shenzhen's industrial development. Five industry competitions are set up, including Internet and Mobile Internet (information technology), Biology and Life Science and Technology, Electronic Science and Technology, Advanced Manufacturing, Materials and Energy (including energy conservation and environmental protection), and three professional competitions are set up, namely, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and Financial Science and Technology. The competition was officially launched on December 1, 2018, with 1850 entries registered. The total number of entries increased by 27% year-on-year, a record high. In March 2019, in Sydney, Canada, Toronto and Berlin, Israel, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, Japan, Madrid, Sweden, Stockholm, Boston, Silicon Valley and London, 10 overseas sub-competitions were held. Finally, 137 events came out and won the chance to participate in professional, industry and final competitions in Shenzhen.
QIDNI project Roadshow
On the afternoon of April 12, the 3rd International Competition Final of Shenzhen Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition opened in Longgang, Shenzhen. Through the selection of overseas sub-competitions, professional competitions and industry finals, 24 excellent innovation projects were promoted to the final.
In the finals, 11 Chinese and foreign academicians and experts, including Liu Ke, foreign academician of the Australian National Academy of Engineering, Peter E. Lobie, academician of the Royal Academy of Sciences of New Zealand, Reza Moridi, academician of the British Electrical Engineering Association, Yang Jun, academician of the Canadian Academy of Engineering, and Tang Shuxian, academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, were invited to serve as judge The competition scene was intense and enthusiastic. 60 public judges and 500 on-site spectators witnessed a high-spirited battle. The finals are divided into two parts: style display and virtual crowdsourcing.
Virtual crowdsourcing, Qidni ($31 million) and Genecis ($22.5 million) gained an overwhelming lead
Eventually, the Qidni - world's smallest blood purification system for kidney failure project from Toronto, Canada, will win the finals of the competition. The second prize was won by Genecis - Upcycling Organic Waste into PHA Biodegradable Polymers from Toronto, Canada, Hologram Tables from Sydney, Australia, Sincroll Gear Technologies from Advanced Manufacturing Industry in London.
Final Ranking of Competition
This time, the two star projects of SVC have stood out among the more than 1800 entries and won the second place in the high-level international competitions. At the same time, the judges also showed high interest and appreciation for the project quality of this competition, which is not only conducive to the future development of the project, but also a great affirmation of the investment vision of SVC.