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Falling Walls Lab MSCA 2021 competition

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The Falling Walls Lab Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) is a pitch competition organised by the European Commission in cooperation with the Falling Walls Lab. 15 selected MSCA fellows will present – in 3 minutes each – their research topic, innovative project, social initiative, business model, or idea through a video pitch to peers, a jury made up of experts from academia and business, and the general public.

The Falling Walls Lab MSCA competition will take place online-only on 30 September 2021. Before the competition, participants will take part in coaching sessions to practise their communication and storytelling skills, get tips for video presentations and speeches and receive personalised advice from a professional coach. Competitors will be assisted to record a professional video pitch.

The Falling Walls Lab MSCA will nominate three finalists plus there is an audience prize. All finalists will get a prize.

The call for applications is currently open for ongoing MSCA fellows at the application deadline 4 July 2021. All information on the application and eligibility criteria can be found in the online announcement.

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