A data-driven crime prevention program, cyberbullying early warning and response system and a microfluidic drug-microbiota interaction platform are all in the running for $1 million in total funding from the Illinois Institute of Technology.

The three projects are finalists for Illinois Tech’s Nayar Prize, a social impact innovation competition that challenges Illinois Tech students, faculty and researchers to create comprehensive solutions with meaningful impact on the pressing problems of our time.

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