Rosetrees Innovation Award 2022


Rosetrees wishes to congratulate the 2021 winner of the Innovation award,  Dr Jason Stafford (University of Birmingham). Dr Stafford is developing a fully immersive virtual reality experience that allows the user to visualise the effect of urban air pollutants on personal health. The virtual reality platform will be installed for public use in the Exchange Building in Birmingham city centre. Fore more details click here.

Submissions for 2022 award are now open and will close 29th July 2022 (5pm).

Do you have a simple yet brilliant idea that can significantly help improve the lives of people in our society and make a real difference? If you do, the Rosetrees Trust would be delighted to hear about it and you could end up being the winner of a £10,000 Innovation Award.

Entries can be about any subject that can make a difference, whether it’s the arts, science,  education, homelessness or food poverty.

If you would like to learn more about the award and how to apply, please contact Sheree Oxenham at