Infosys Science Foundation Nutrition Challenge

Thank you for your enthusiasm! We received an overwhelming response from students all across India and the challenge is now closed.

Our panel of judges are in the process of reviewing the submitted entries. We will announce the winners in the last week of December 2018.

Grand Prize:

  • Each member of the winning team will receive a scholarship of five hundred thousand Rupees (RS 5,00,000)
  • The winning team will be invited to travel to Bangalore to attend the Infosys Prize ceremony on January 5, 2019, and to visit the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) at Sriharkota to witness the launch of a rocket
  • Entry into The Junior Academy of the New York Academy of Sciences in Fall 2019

Second Place:

  • The second place winners will be invited to travel to Bangalore to attend the Infosys Prize ceremony on January 5, 2019, and to visit the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) at Sriharkota to witness the launch of a rocket
  • Entry into The Junior Academy of the New York Academy of Sciences in Fall 2019

About the New York Academy of Sciences

For 200 years—since 1817—the Academy has brought together extraordinary people working at the frontiers of discovery. Among the oldest scientific organizations in the United States, it has become not only an enduring cultural institution in New York, but also one of the most significant organizations in the global scientific community. The mission of the New York Academy of Sciences is to drive innovative solutions to society's challenges by advancing scientific research, education and policy.

About Infosys Science Foundation

The ISF is a not-for-profit foundation established in 2009 to bring back the romance to research and science. Through the Infosys Prize, it recognizes six mid-career scientists or researchers each year for stellar work in their field by awarding them a prize of USD 100,000, a gold medal and a citation by internationally renowned jury. Besides the Infosys Prize, The ISF runs other programs to excite interest and inspire the younger generation to look at science and research as a career option.