Category: Resources

  • Nine Dots Prize releases second podcast on diversity

    14 December, 2018

    The Nine Dots Prize has created a series of podcasts giving tips and advice to those thinking of submitting an answer to our question, ‘Is there still no place like home?’ Our second podcast looks at the importance of diversity and why the Nine Dots Prize wants to encourage answers from a broad range of […]

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  • Nine Dots Prize releases first podcast on writing creative non-fiction

    8 October, 2018

    The Nine Dots Prize has created a podcast to help those who are considering applying for the Prize, giving tips, advice and insight into what the Board is looking for in a winning entry. The first podcast is about writing non-fiction in a creative and engaging way. One of the challenges of the prize is […]

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  • The Nine Dots Prize on CBC Radio

    28 November, 2016

    Last week, Nine Dots Prize Board member Professor David Runciman appeared on Canada’s national public radio broadcaster, CBC Radio, to talk about the inaugural Nine Dots Prize question. Professor Runciman spoke to Nora Young, presenter of CBC’s Spark, a programme that explores how technology, innovation and design affects our lives. When asked why the Board […]

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  • Behind the scenes of the Nine Dots Prize launch…

    26 October, 2016

    To mark the launch of the Nine Dots Prize, we organised a Rodin-inspired photo shoot – using the iconic image of The Thinker to communicate our aim of encouraging innovative thinking to address problems facing the modern world. Here’s a behind-the-scenes video showing how it was done…

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