The MIAT Prize 2019

Does your idea make a difference?

What could you achieve with £31,000 of R&D services?

The Morgan Innovation and Technology (MIAT) Prize 2019 was established to identify and support the next generation of world changing innovators, enabling us to bridge the gap between inventors having a great idea and being able to bring it to market.

The winner received £31,000 of R&D services from Morgan Innovation & Technology as well as £5,000 of consultancy services from Menzies and £5,000 of legal services from Moore Blatch. The judges were looking for the product that has the potential to make the biggest impact and will make best use of the prize.

Check out the MIAT Prize 2019 event at Santander’s head offices in London.

2019 Finalists

Congratulations to our six outstanding finalists, all of whom received a trophy to recognise their achievement.

The first prize of £31,000 of R&D services from Morgan Innovation & Technology as well as £5,000 of consultancy services from Menzies and £5,000 of legal services from Moore Blatch was won by Robert Paterson of ORB for his Smart Mouthguard designed to prevent the misdiagnosis of sporting head injuries.

2019 Finalists: Grace Cooling

Grace Cooling

Peter Astbury

Peter Astbury from Grace Cooling with a designer Smart Bracelet who aims to improve the health and wellbeing of menopausal women across the globe.

2019 Finalists: NuCath

NuCath

Nawar Al-Zebari

Nawar Al-Zebari from NuCath with a new smart materials catheter, designed to improve patient welfare and save the NHS over £2 billion annually.

2019 Finalists: ORB

ORB

Robert Paterson

Robert Paterson from ORB with a Smart Mouthguard designed to prevent the misdiagnosis of sporting head injuries, increase the understanding of risks in contact sport and improve player performance.

2019 Finalists: TAHARAC

TAHARAC

Dr. Heba Lakan

Dr. Heba Lakany from the University of Strathclyde with TAHARAC, a robotic arm exoskeleton designed to improve the rehabilitation experience for people with upper limb disabilities.

2019 Finalists: WASE

WASE

Llyr Williams

Llyr Williams from WASE who is aiming to improve sanitation facilities for 2.5 billion people and reduce child mortality worldwide with a decentralised wastewater treatment system.

2019 Finalists: ZeroSole

ZEROSOLE

David Barton

David Barton from Kaydiar with ZeroSole, a patented offloading insole designed to treat and prevent diabetic foot ulcerations, improve patient quality of life and reduce the burden on the NHS.

PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY

Moore Blatch
Santander
Menzies Brighter Thinking
East Hampshire Disctrict Council
Brand
Research & Development

IN ASSOCIATION WITH

The Institution of Engineering and Technology
Lancer Wealth Management
Oxford innovation
Spring Wise

2019 PRIZE TIMELINE

Prize opens for entries
Closing date for entries
Finalists announced
winner announced

Check out the 2018 event where last year’s finalists attended a prize giving ceremony at Santander’s head offices in London.

2018 Finalists

Congratulations to our six outstanding finalists, all of whom received a trophy to recognise their achievement.

The first prize of £30,000 of R&D services was won by Arslan Khalid for his MOBI DX mobile diagnostic device, with £10,000 of R&D services awarded to the runner up, ThinAir for their invention that extracts clean drinking water from the air.

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