BE THE CHANGEMAKER

Stand a chance of winning a € 5,000 research grant to break new ground with your graduation research (Bachelor or Master) about water or plastic waste!
Send us your research topic!

Subscribe
project of Dopper Foundation Logo

Are you doing your Bachelor or Master’s research about clean water or plastic waste? Then you stand a chance of winning €5,000 to make your research ground-breaking!

The Dopper Foundation wants to help you to make your graduate research (HBO or university) groundbreaking with the Changemaker Challenge. Submit the topic of your research  before April 23, 2018 to win €5,000. You can use that dough, for example, to develop your own prototype, to get your recycled plastic dresses on that catwalk or for a Hollywood film about your findings (featuring Scarlett Johansson). Anything is possible!

Not sure if your topic is suitable for the Changemaker Challenge? Visit our inspiration page.


Submit your topic

Don’t wait for change to happen, challenge yourself to be the changemaker!

News

When you win the Changemaker Challenge…

What do you do when you win the Changemaker Challenge? Book the first flight to a tropical island to work on your research there? Brigit van Brenk was one of the winners in 2017. We asked her how she’s doing. And if she moved to […]

Meet our judges!

You enter the stage, the spotlight shines in your face, and you hope those comfy looking chairs will turn when they hear your research proposal. But who is sitting in these chairs? Meet the judges of the Changemaker Challenge, the experts who decide whether your research gets a chance to change the world forever.

30 DAYS LEFT TO SEND US YOUR RESEARCH PROPOSAL!

The preparations are in full swing, we’re spreading posters at every university and we want to be present at every student event to inform all students about The Changemaker Challenge. The recruitment process of the second edition has started and we are fully engaged in motivating all students who write their theses about plastic and / or water to submit their research proposal.