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Ars Electronica STARTS Prize

The submissions for the European Commission STARTS Prize during Ars Electronica are open.

Fostering European innovation, the European Commission's Science, Technology & Arts Award– STARTS, aims is to find trend-setting projects between science, technology, and art that contribute to scientific and social innovation. Presented as a part of Ars Electronica in Linz, the award calls all technologists, artists, scientists, institutions, labs, and companies, to submit their innovative work at the interface of science, technology, and art. The winners not only get a prize money of 20,000 euros, but also priceless exposure at the Linz Ars Electronica Festival, at BOZAR in Brussels, at Waag in Amsterdam, and at various events organized by partner institutions. The deadline for submitting is 1 March and the winners will be presented at the Ars Electronica Gala in Linz at the beginning of September.

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