Government unveils almost £3 million new fund for visionary, entrepreneurial female innovators
10 female inventors will receive £50,000 each to develop solutions for climate change, energy efficiency and health issues
support for women and science and innovation comes on International Women’s Day and during British Science Week
Over 100 entrepreneurial women and young people are set to benefit from government-backed funds to turn inspiring ideas into thriving businesses.
Today (8 March 2020), the UK’s first dedicated female Science Minister, Amanda Solloway, committed almost £3 million and a package of business support to help inventions by women and young people like clean energy solutions and healthcare services.