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Funding opportunity: The Trinity Challenge £1 million prize to tackle AMR in low- and middle-income countries

2024/02/02 / Boletín SIUN, Vicerrectoría de Investigación, UNAL

Cierre: 29 feb. 2024

A new innovation competition with a grand prize of up to £1 million is currently accepting submissions. The Trinity Challenge on Antimicrobial Resistance is specifically calling for data-driven solutions focussed on low- and middle-income countries to help mitigate the global crisis of antimicrobial resistance.

The Challenge was launched with a webinar featuring tips and discussion from the Trinity Challenge team and their partners MIT Solve, plus questions from participants on topics like the Challenge’s community data focus and the application process. 

The Trinity Challenge on Antimicrobial Resistance seeks solutions which fall into one or more of the following Challenge Objectives:  


The Trinity Challenge welcomes submissions in English, from anyone, anywhere in the world, including previous applicants. Applicants from LMICs are especially welcome. In addition to offering prize funding, the Trinity Challenge will aim to support winning solutions by enabling collaborations with its Challenge network of members.

Within their submission, applicants must outline how their solution provides a public benefit that would be globally accessible under fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory terms.

The Trinity Challenge on Antimicrobial Resistance is focused exclusively on finding solutions in LMICs. 

Deadline: Thursday 29 February 2024

More Information: The Trinity Challenge / MIT Solve

La Vicerrectoría de Investigación no tiene más información acerca de esta convocatoria distinta a la publicada en los enlaces de esta nota.

[Boletín SIUN 664, 1/2 de febrero de 2024]