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Enterprise Awards – vote now and celebrate the University’s game-changing researchers

Voting is now open for the winners of this year’s Enterprise Awards – Loughborough University’s annual celebration of academic and entrepreneurial excellence.

This year’s Awards recognise achievement across four categories, and the winners will be announced on Tuesday 21 May.

The categories and nominees are:

Impact

The winner of this category will be decided by a public vote. You are invited to review the nominee profiles and cast your vote by visiting the Awards website. Voting closes at midnight on Sunday 19 May.

Head injury prevention

  • Professor Andy Harland and Dr Sean Mitchell – Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering (Sports Technology Institute)

Map-matching algorithms

  • Professor Mohammed Quddus – Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering

 Improving the National Citizen Service

  • Dr Sarah Mills – Geography and Environment

Physical activity for adults with spinal cord injuries

  • Professor Vicky Tolfrey and Professor Kathleen Martin-Ginis – Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences (Peter Harrison Centre for Disability Sport)

Reducing HGV blind spots

  • Dr Steve Summerskill, Dr Russell Marshall, Dr Abby Patterson and Anthony Eland – Loughborough Design School

SONG – a pioneering solar energy social enterprise

  • Professor Ed Brown, Dr Richard Blanchard and Dr Jon Cloke – Geography and Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering

Partnership

The winner of this category will be decided by an expert panel, but you can meet the finalists by visiting the Awards website.

Anglian Water

  • Business and Economics

AECOM

  • Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering

ECB

  • Sport Exercise and Health Sciences, and Sports Technology Institute

Rolls-Royce

  • Aeronautical, Automotive, Chemical and Manufacturing Engineering

Commercial

 The winner of this category will be decided by an expert panel, but you can meet the finalists by visiting the Awards website.

FloodMap Live

  • Dr Dapeng Yu, Professor Rob Wilby and Dr Avinoam Baruch – Geography

Plasma seed sterilisation

  • Dr Felipe Iza and Dr Alex Shaw – Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering

RECOVER

  • Dr Paul Kelly – Science

 This year, the achievements of the University’s graduate entrepreneurs will also be recognised in a special category, Outstanding Potential. The winners will be profiled and announced at the Awards evening.

 Follow the progress of the Awards on Twitter – and be the first to find out who the winners are – by using #LboroEnterpriseAwards.

 www.lboro.ac.uk/enterprise/enterprise-awards

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