Des del 2012 s’han celebrat 9 edicions del Programa, que cada any s’ha centrat en una temàtica diferent:

Participants
Twenty groups took part made up of researchers from the School of Engineering of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB).

The winners
Ads on Demand was the winner of the Program. The project proposed new forms of advertising for smart TVs. The second prize was obtained by the Knowxel project, a platform based on "mobile crowdsourcing" aimed at enhancing customer and user communication. And the third prize was for Amblife, which was based on the creation of a system to automatically detect falls.

Success stories
Among all the projects that participated, three companies were set up: Ad on Demand, Maxfactory and Knowxel.

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Participants
52 researchers from 13 research centers and departments of the UAB participated in the Program. 16 biological-based projects were developed. The topics were very diverse, such as support software for endoscopic procedures, a sensor for the detection of viral infections or a treatment for industrial organic waste.

The winners
The best project was My Stone, a classifier for kidney stones. Celifast, a biosensor for the diagnosis of celiac disease, won the second prize. The third prize was for a meat inspection inspection called the Abattoir Support Service (SECS).

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Participants
50 researchers from 11 research centers and departments of the UAB participated in the Program. 10 projects were developed, all of them on the subject of the environment and energy sustainability

The winners
The winner was AEinnova, an energy solution based on the generation of electrical energy through the use of residual heat. The second prize of this edition was for Blue Human Photonics, an intelligent management system for LED lighting for Smart Bluetooth. Finally, OnaSensLife won the third prize of the competition with a device for the control of the Legionella.

Sponsors
For the first time, the third edition was sponsered by two companies: Aqualogy and Fluidra.

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Participants
It had the participation of 34 researchers from 7 research centers and departments of the UAB. 9 projects were developed, all of them in new applications for the aerospace sector.

The winners
The winner was 2DEDGE, a platform of continuous production of quality graphene. The second prize of this edition was for the OISensing project, a new material called BL (Bi-Layer) Film, completely organic and sensitive to infrared radiation. Finally, Smart Coding Tech won the third prize in the competition with an innovative solution for quick data transmission and efficient storage.

Sponsors
GTD, Sener and Air Liquide 

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Participants
30 researchers from 8 research centers and departments of the UAB were involved in the Program. 8 projects were developed, all of them from the field of cultural, creative and experience-based industries.

The winners
The best project was Digitus II, a platform for reading and analysis of manuscript documents. The second prize of this edition was for Caduf, a service of management and valorisation of the landscape heritage. Finally, Zephyrus obtained the third prize of the contest with a professional kit of disinfection by anoxia for assets assets.

Sponsors
This edition was sponsered by three companies and institutions: Barcelona Synchrotron Park, AirLiquide, Primavera Sound, City Councils of Rubí, Sant Cugat and Cerdanyola.

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Participants
34 researchers from 15 research centers and departments of the UAB and the XRB participated in this edition. 9 projects were developed, all of them from the field of Industrial Biotechnology and Biomedicine.

The winners
The winner was Nanoplastics. The second prize of this edition was for the Res-kit project. Finally, the company Ovatec obtained the third prize of the contest.

Sponsors
Barcelona Synchrotron Park, Roche, Air Liquide and Sant Cugat City Council.

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Participants
38 researchers from 17 research centers, hospitals and departments of the UAB were involved in this edition. 8 projects were developed.

The winners
PowerLearn, an online platform for the detection of neurodevelopmental disorders, was the winner. The second prize was for NAT-FM, a psychological intervention for the treatment of people diagnosed with fibromyalgia. The third prize was for the B2 GAME project, a board game to brighten up time for these patients and reducing their levels of anxiety.

Sponsors
Sincrotró Park and Sant Cugat City Council.

Participants
30 researchers from 14 research centers, companies and entities participated in this edition. Six projects were developed.

The winners
The best project was the Greene 3D project, focused on the development of sustainable material for 3D printing from organic and bioplastic waste. The second prize was given to Cerclab, a 4.0 laboratory that aims to take advantage of recycled plastic to create new value products.

Sponsors
This edition was an initiative of the UAB Research Park and the Department of Territory and Sustainability of the Government of Catalonia. Furthemore, it was sponsored by two entities: the Synchtrotron Park and the City Council of Cerdanyola.

Participants
15 researchers from the UAB Sphere participated in this edition.

The winners
Among the six projects presented, MitoTreat was selected as the best innovative initiative. This project proposed the repositioning of a drug for the treatment of mitochondrial disease, a group of minority pathologies that affect one in 5,000 births and that are caused by severe alterations of the mitochondrial machinery involved in the generation of the cells energy .

Sponsors
Palex, Laboratoris ERN, Barcelona Synchrotron Park, Uriach and Minoryx Therapeutics.

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