LASRIC Grant Funding for Innovative Startups (win up to N5M funding)

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Deadline: 2022-11-30(y-m-d)

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The Lagos State Science Research and Innovation Council (LASRIC) is calling for applications from innovative and tech-enabled projects and solutions.

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The applications are open for the following categories:

  1. Fund-ready innovative startups with Minimum Viable Products (MVPs)
  2. Patentable research & development projects aimed at tackling challenges in Lagos State.
  3. Solutions that aid the understanding of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) in educational (primary – tertiary) institutions

Benefit of LASRIC Grant Funding for Innovative Startups

Winners will receive grant funding of up to N5,000,000!


  • Specialized university colleges and university colleges accredited at the institution level
  • Research organizations encompassed by Nigerian guidelines
  • Agricultural/Environmental trusts with legally mandate research and development activities
  • Profit oriented organizations no more than 10 years old
  • Company or organization must be registered in Lagos or doing works directly impacting the Lagos ecosystem
  • Individuals applying must be sponsored or supported by any of the above.

Deadline: November 30, 2022. 

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LASRIC Grant Funding for Innovative Startups (win up to N5M funding)
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