Anushka Purohit (left) and Suyash Mohan are two of the four founders of Breer, a start-up that creates beer from leftover bread. It was one of the top winners at Hong Kong’s first City I&T Grand Challenge held in October.
Anushka Purohit (left) and Suyash Mohan are two of the four founders of Breer, a start-up that creates beer from leftover bread. It was one of the top winners at Hong Kong’s first City I&T Grand Challenge held in October.

Beer made from leftover bread and an augmented reality app for online learning are winning ideas in innovation competition

  • HKUST students’ idea to turn unsold bread into beer to prevent food waste was victorious in Hong Kong’s inaugural City I&T Grand Challenge
  • The creator of an AR-based app that adds digital content to books was also a winner in the competition, which sought ideas to solve everyday issues

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Anushka Purohit (left) and Suyash Mohan are two of the four founders of Breer, a start-up that creates beer from leftover bread. It was one of the top winners at Hong Kong’s first City I&T Grand Challenge held in October.
Anushka Purohit (left) and Suyash Mohan are two of the four founders of Breer, a start-up that creates beer from leftover bread. It was one of the top winners at Hong Kong’s first City I&T Grand Challenge held in October.
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