UCL students win Schmidt Futures competition

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This article first appeared in issue 8 of Portico magazine, published November 2021.

UCL students Glenda Xu, Yvette Homerlein and Lia Bote (pictured above, left to right) were among the 20 winners of the Reimagine Challenge, a competition set by Schmidt Futures. The students were recognised for proposing innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges, including those posed by Covid-19. Their winning ideas were a web platform to help foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong, an app to battle misinformation online and a project to improve primary care access in the Philippines.

 

This article first appeared in issue 8 of Portico magazine, published November 2021.

UCL students Glenda Xu, Yvette Homerlein and Lia Bote (pictured above, left to right) were among the 20 winners of the Reimagine Challenge, a competition set by Schmidt Futures. The students were recognised for proposing innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges, including those posed by Covid-19. Their winning ideas were a web platform to help foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong, an app to battle misinformation online and a project to improve primary care access in the Philippines.

 

This article first appeared in issue 8 of Portico magazine, published November 2021.

UCL students Glenda Xu, Yvette Homerlein and Lia Bote (pictured above, left to right) were among the 20 winners of the Reimagine Challenge, a competition set by Schmidt Futures. The students were recognised for proposing innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges, including those posed by Covid-19. Their winning ideas were a web platform to help foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong, an app to battle misinformation online and a project to improve primary care access in the Philippines.