biotech & advanced traceability

How to combine logistics, sensors and molecular techniques to create value?

Future of Payments

in a world with no labels, where products are tracked and shipped from within and integrated with iot sensors and dna markers, who’s gonna win it all?


For its 10th edition the Student Tech Clash becomes even bigger, with five major European technical universities onboard!
The Reply Student Tech Clash is an event organized by Reply and dedicated to students coming from the best universities and this year it will be live on 10th October, to brainstorm and share ideas on the future of Biotech and Advanced Traceability.

One thousand students from the Politecnico di Torino, Politecnico di Milano, Queen Mary University of London and University, TU Delft and RWTH Aachen will participate in the team competition and will innovate Biotech world with creativity, technological knowledge and ability to understand market’s needs.
Given the latest technologies in biotech, computer science and Internet of Thigs, the best European minds will try to envision a future where we can create digital copies of goods and integrate seamlessly sensors and markers.

Participation is open to all students.
Reply mentors will be there to support students during the day and the best team and best university will be awarded.


Registration is now open on the website.

Students can start collecting points in a challenge that sees them compete in teams and between universities, in a fun mechanism of rivalry between prestigious universities.

The challenge will be live-streamed on 10th October on the website from the five locations, while from now until the day of the event, Reply's employer branding initiative will be driven forward through Reply U’s social channels, active on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Youtube.

Learn more over the Future of Biotech and challenge yourself on this innovative topic!