IAS Incubation Project Nominated for Prestigious Award

Date: 29 September 2008

A project part-funded by the IAS Incubation Programme has been shortlisted for the prestigious 2009 Lever Prize. FutureEverything, founded and directed by Drew Hemment from Lancaster University's ImaginationLancaster Lab, runs the annual Futuresonic Festival in Manchester.


The winner of the Lever prize, to be announced in January 2009, receives a £10,000 cash prize and the opportunity to work with North West Business Leader Team member companies during their winning year.


The IAS Incubation Programme co-sponsored The Futuresonic Festival in Summer 2008.


Further information

Associated departments and research centres: Institute for Advanced Studies