This challenge is presented by Singularity University in collaboration with
California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom.
Winners of the 2015 Impact Challenge
How do you positively impact the severe drought situation in California by leveraging new and exponentially growing technologies to increase water supplies available in California?
The prize for 3 winning teams is a place in the
Entrepreneurs in Residence program at the SU Startup Lab
on our campus at NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley.
Each winning team receives US$5,000, space at the SU Startup Lab, mentoring, and access to the SU Labs community.
The top 3 runners up receive the opportunity to pitch their ideas or solutions at the SU Startup Lab to the SU community.