Prizes for Innovation Yield Big Returns for Social Problems ...


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Big-dollar competitions to come up with solutions for pressing social problems are gaining currency as donors search out ways to maximize the effectiveness of their philanthropic investment, writes the Financial Times. Competitions that offer $100000 or more for winning scientific and ... not independently verified items attributed to other news sources. If you spot a problem with the accuracy of any information reported on our site, please send a message to editor@philanthropy.com.
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