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INDEX: Award 2019 - Mød vinderne

16. september 2019

Hvem vandt INDEX: Award 2019?

Den 6. september afholdt INDEX: Award 2019 det store awardshow i København. Prisuddelingen tog afsæt i FN’s 17 bæredygtige udviklingsmål og blev tildelt personer og virksomheder, der gennem unikt design, services og produkter, er med til at forbedre menneskers liv.

Det blev til seks vindere, som du kan læse mere om lige her:

Faber Futures med Project Coelicolor – Can biology fix the fashion industry?

  • “The project’s scale explores dying larger lengths of textiles with bacteria, concretising the practice and how to make this new way of working tangible.” – The Index Award Jury
  • “This is the first step towards a fully customisable dyeing process, and a milestone in a new resource-efficient biofabrication method for making, colouring and patterning complex textile products.” – The Index Award Jury

AI SpaceFactory med Marsha – The Mars-shot design that could help us survive on Earth

  • “The solution will inform us how to design our way through crucial challenges in order to ensure our future survival on a beneficent earth.” – The Index Award Jury
  • “Marsha matters because it points to a spreading international exploration of the possibilities for large-scale 3-D printed structures.” – The Index Award Jury

SafetyNet Technologies med Pisces – LED lights to reduce bycatch by up to 90%

  • “The broad use of this application can drastically reduce the impact caused by current methods of fishing. It’s a concrete, straight-forward intervention.” – The Index Award Jury
  • “It has the potential to be scaled easily in a short period of time, enabling a large reduction of bycatch of fish and answering the urgency of fish depletion.” – The Index Award Jury

Microsoft med Xbox Adaptive Controller – The redesigned game controller that lets everyone play

  • “This design proves that inclusive products can marry form and function and yield beautiful products.” – The Index Award Jury
  • “The solution puts us in front of a more inclusive world, where the abilities of each one are valued.” – The Index Award Jury
  • “We love the fact that they’re using natural processes, demonstrating that protein production doesn’t need to burden our environment.” – The Index Award Jury
  • “We love the fact that they’re using natural processes, demonstrating that protein production doesn’t need to burden our environment.” – The Index Award Jury

Thumy med Temporary tattoos to empower diabetic children

  • “It’s a powerful story of a student from Mexico who was inspired by a relative with diabetes – gorgeous.” – The Index Award Jury
  • “She struck a perfect balance between a medical tool and a toy.” – Jenny Blanton, the Lead of the James Dyson Foundation in North America
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