January 26, 2021
11th annual Cade Prize announces winning innovations from inventors and entrepreneurs in Alabama, Florida & Georgia

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11th annual Cade Prize announces winning innovations from inventors and entrepreneurs in Alabama, Florida & Georgia

| 11/30/2020

The Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention is proud to announce the 2020 Cade Prize Winners:

First Place Winner – Nutrivert
for its livestock antibiotic replacement

Second Place Winner – Redhill Scientific
for its all-natural, non-polluting nitrogen fertilizer

Third Place Winner – Adaptive Neural Systems Laboratory

for its Neural-Enabled Prosthetic Hand System

Fourth Place Winner – Covanos

for its virtual cardiac catheterization

Fifth Place Winner – VetGuardians
for its zero-touch vital signs monitoring for veterinarians

The Cade Prize for Innovation rewards entrepreneurs, inventors, researchers, and early-stage companies that have an original idea with significant market potential.
First awarded in 2010, the Cade Prize has become Florida’s pre-eminent invention and innovation competition. In partnership with top research universities, the Cade Prize recognizes and celebrates transformative ideas. The Cade Prize was expanded in 2020 to visionaries in Alabama, Florida, and Georgia, and entry categories addressed key technology clusters and issues. Learn more at bit.ly/cadeprize2020

Special thanks to Florida Trend Magazine, our Cade Prize Presenting Sponsor

Mention ImageThe Cade Prize, and the Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention, are the legacy of Dr. Cade best known as leader of the research team that invented Gatorade.

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