Global Grad Show supports graduates working on solutions for a better future. To date, over 700 innovative projects took part in the programme, addressing issues faced by people, communities and the planet.
Wheel You Walk
Health and Well-being
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design
A user-generated map for wheelchair users
The Middle Ground
Equality, Justice and Peace
University of the Arts London
An AI-powered moderated social media for constructive debate
Violet Cleaner Beauty
Imperial College London
Light technology to kill common microbes in makeup kits
The Blue Box
University of California, Irvine
A high-accuracy and pain-free AI system for cancer diagnosis
Reconstructing Mass – A Farm to Table Project
Water and Sanitation
American University of Sharjah
In Morocco, agriculture consumes 80% of the country’s water resources.
Nus Nus – A Tool For Art Therapy
Children suffering from post-traumatic stress disorders face challenges expressing their emotions.
Effects of Replacing Cement by Date Palm Trees Wastes on Concrete Performance
University of Buraimi
Using Palm leaves fibres and ash to reduce cement content in concrete
Hear Me Out
Higher Colleges of Technology (HCT)
"Hear me out" is an educational book designed to aid children with autism spectrum disorder express their feelings and needs.
Therapeutic help pack for self-harm
Art University of Isfahan
One in five people experience some degree of self-harm through their lifetime.
Middle East Technical University
Voxee is a therapy device designed for children with auditory processing disorder (APD).
Tools for the visually impaired
Dubai Institute of Design and Innovation (DIDI)
Nexus is a device designed to bring the experience of interacting with a painting to the visually impaired.
Megajoule – Recycling Boardgame
German Jordanian University
Megajoule is a board game that explores the importance of sustainability.