Longitude Explorer Prize 2019/20

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The third edition of the Longitude Explorer Prize sought AI-based solutions developed by 11-16 year old's, which will improve the lives of others.

This year asked teams of young people to come up with ideas that use Artificial Intelligence (AI) across our four themes, based on the government’s Industrial Strategy Grand Challenges to help people live longer, live better, live together and live greener.

Team

Maddy Kavanagh

Maddy Kavanagh

Maddy Kavanagh

Programme Manager

At Nesta Challenges, Maddy is a Programme Manager working across a range of UK-based and international projects.

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Constance Agyeman

Constance Agyeman

Constance Agyeman

Head of International Development and Communities

At Nesta Challenges, Constance has over 20 years experience in the voluntary sector developing national and international programs which engage communities.

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Hannah Picton

Hannah Picton

Hannah Picton

Assistant Programme Manager, International Development and Education & Skills team

At Nesta Challenges, Hannah is an Assistant Programme Manager in the International Development and Education and Skills team.

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Nassin Watson

Nassin Watson

Nassin Watson

Programme Coordinator

Nassin is a Programme Coordinator at Nesta Challenges.

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Seoana Sherry-Brennan

Seoana Sherry-Brennan

Seoana Sherry-Brennan

Digital Communications and Prize Engagement Officer

At Nesta Challenges Seoana works across all themes centre-wide, helping to inspire more people to enter our prizes.

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Shae Harmon

Shae Harmon

Shae Harmon

Communications Manager, Nesta Challenges

As Communications Manager for Nesta Challenges, Shae works across all themes Nesta Challenges wide. They aim to encourage more people to enter our prizes through digital engagement.

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