Samsung is once again challenging 16-25 year-olds to come up tech solutions to problems in education, sustainability, social isolation and diversity & inclusion. Now in its second year, the Solve for Tomorrow competition, which to date has received 1.8 million entries globally, will give one lucky winner £10,000 to develop their idea, as well as six months’ mentorship from Samsung and Digital Catapult, the UK’s leading advanced digital technology innovation centre. Last year’s winner, 24-year old Alec Conway from Rochester, created a digital locker that gives homeless people somewhere to store possessions and a PO BOX address so that they can apply for jobs, bank accounts and hospital appointments. Entries for the 2022 competition close on February 20. Find out more at
Technology – Calling all young inventors
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