The WARF Discovery Challenge Research Award Competition fosters cross-disciplinary research among graduate students and postdoctoral researchers. Pairs and small teams of young researchers compete for two $7,500 awards to carry out new, collaborative projects. Winning projects also have the opportunity to present their work at the 2016 Discovery Challenge Research Symposium.
To be eligible to compete, at least one team member must have attended one of the following:
- The Discovery Challenge Research Symposium on April 9, 2015
- The Discovery Challenge Networking Happy Hour on June 25, 2015
- The Discovery Challenge Networking Happy Hour on July 23, 2015
To enter the competition, submit a brief proposal by midnight on September 25. Awards will be announced at a ceremony in October.