Challenges

NFL SAB Funding Opportunity

Status: Submissions now under evaluation.

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What: Submit your proposal for funding for translational research for concussion diagnosis and treatment.

GE Fuse: High-Temp Clamp Design

Status: Winners announced here.

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What: Design a high temperature, robust clamping system that would keep monitoring sensors in contact with a pipe over a 10 year+ period.

GE Healthcare & Emergency Medicine Foundation Point of Care Challenge

Status: Winners announced here!

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What: Develop breakthrough applications of ultrasound at the point of care (POCUS), in the care of patients in Shock and/or Trauma, or to improve the use of ventilator technology.

NFL HeadHealthTECH Challenge III

Status: Submissions now under evaluation.

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What: TECH Challenge III invites proposals focused on helmet technologies and all surfaces that helmets may contact, including turf, grass, other helmets, opponent shoulder pads and other padding.

GE Fuse’s Position Sensor for Inspection Probes

Status: Winners announced here!

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What: Design a position sensor for ultrasonic testing to make it faster, safer & more accurate.

GE Fuse

At GE Fuse, we collaborate with brilliant minds around the world to solve meaningful technical challenges, faster.

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Intalek

Status: Winners announced April 2017!
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What: Seeking the best ideas to make travel simpler, better and more exciting.

NBA Bone Stress Injuries

Status: Under Evaluation; Winners Announced July 2017

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What: Seeking research studies that will improve the understanding of Bone Stress Injuries (BSI) that can lead to advancements in imaging to improve prevention, diagnosis and/or treatment; or to create strategies to prevent and manage BSI.

NFL HeadHealthTECH Challenge II

Status: Winners announced here.

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What: TECH Challenge II invites proposals focused on helmet technologies and all surfaces that helmets may contact, including turf, grass, other helmets, opponent shoulder pads and other padding.