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Lara Costantini, Italy. 2013

Innovator
Hypotensive Food. New food to fight hypertension, based of buckwheat and sage The goal of Lara Costantini's project is to formulate new food specific for people...

Mariángela Vargas, Central America. 2016

Innovator
The benefits of blood plasma could reach underdeveloped countries thanks to her cheaper fractionating method . The benefits of blood plasma are increasingly well known. Some of its proteins, such as immunoglobulin and albumin, are used during surgery and...

Pablo Orlando , Argentina & Uruguay. 2015

Innovator
He aims to democratize autonomous vehicles through an artificial intelligence system. Inipop The primary cause of most traffic accidents is human error. More than 1,250,000 deaths each year are caused by this type of accident...

Romain Lacombe, France. 2015

Innovator
The first personal and wearable sensor to measure indoor and outdoor air pollutants. On the 21st of March public transport and parking in Paris and its surroundings became free of charge by order of the Town Hall, which at face...

Tom Baden, Germany. 2016

Innovator
With a mixture of open source software and 3-D printing, Tom Baden wants to enable laboratories to produce part of their equipment themselves. "I believe that at the moment the concept of 'what is required for science must inevitably be expensive' is disintegrating," says the...

Loretta L. del Mercato, Italy. 2012

Innovator
Optical intracellular sensors with fluorescent barcode.

Claudio Trindade, Brasil. 2015

Innovator
Created a new intraocular implant device for treating corneal diseases. Text in Portuguese from its original source: MIT Technology Review Portuguese edition  

Katia Vega, Peru. 2016

Innovator
Combining beauty products with electronics to create wearables that give users "superpowers. After completing a computer science degree in Peru, to Katia Vega technology was justa science. It was the time she spent at the Hong Kong...

Grzegorz Wróblewski, Poland. 2016

Innovator
Converts any surface into an electrode thanks to his transparent and flexible carbon nanotube coating . Smart clothes have the potential to continually monitor their users´ health. But in order to drive this revolution, first we need to create...

Geraldine Gueron, Argentina & Uruguay. 2013

Innovator
She has designed a platform to collect and analyze large amounts of health and lifestyle data . Is it possible to create a health-oriented version of Wikipedia to help each person know how to avoid getting sick by crossing the data generated...

Simón Borrero, Colombia. 2016

Innovator
His online marketplace imitates the shopping experience in a brick and mortar shop and orders arrive in minutes thanks to collaborative deliveries . Busy lifestyles, time constraints and the inconvenience or inability of physically getting to a store are leading more and more people to shop...

Deniz Dalkara , France. 2014

Innovator
Viruses which carry genes to the retina to prevent blindness . Creation of viruses capable of transporting to the retina in a less invasive treatment necessary blindness gene. Fighting hereditary,...

Wendell Coltro, Brasil. 2014

Innovator
Has invented a low cost technology to manufacture paper-based, microfluidic analysis devices . For over a decade the ability to analyze biological samples of blood and urine using small, inexpensive tools has forecasted a similar revolution...

Fernando Rojas, Mexico. 2014

Innovator
He has created a remote IT monitoring and risk assessment system for pregnant women. Fernando Rojas has created a remote and real-time pregnancy monitoring system which reduces the risk of complications, including death. Using a...

Jimena González, Argentina & Uruguay. 2015

Innovator
Created a gel for bandages that imitates human skin and improves the healing process for wounds and burns. The Institute for Scientific and Materials Technology Research "Maintaining the skin hydrated is the most crucial aspect of proper healing...

Monica Gori , Italy. 2012

Innovator
Study and recovery of sensory disabilities in the early years of life.

Ola Orchowska, Poland. 2015

Innovator
Her educational videogame, starring a robot, teaches children to learn to live with diabetes . A diagnosis of type 1 diabetes in children can seem like a life sentence of insulin injections and health concerns, coupled with the inability to...

César Andrés López, Colombia. 2012

Innovator
Accurate three - dimensional topography to digitalize the real world. An unmanned in-flight vehicle of Dersis Enterprise, flies over the city hall of Tabio at about 45 km of Bogota (Colombia), this homemade...

Miriam Reyes, Spain. 2015

Innovator
Helps children with autism to learn through adapted, digital storybooks. One out of every 160 children suffers from a disorder within the spectrum of autism, although recent studies estimate that this number could be even...

Siegfried Rasthofer and Steven Arzt , Germany. 2016

Innovator
These computer scientists developed a tool which analyzes cyber attacks in minutes. The call from McAfee came as a surprise to Siegfried Rasthofer and Steven Arzt: Approximately 20,000 Asians had fallen victim to a massive data...

Daniel Marhely, France. 2013

Innovator
Accessing your music from any device. Open technology to access to music from any device  To many youngsters who are well versed in technology, freedom to access copyrighted...

Michael Deubzer, Germany. 2015

Innovator
Computers on wheels. Without Michael Deubzer’s technology, many automakers would have difficulties in getting more intelligence on board their models. At the Technical...

Agustín de Marco, Argentina & Uruguay. 2013

Innovator
He has created an intuitive and flexible tool for creating customized web videos and animations. The struggle to stand out and communicate effectively over the Internet and social network sites has found in recent years a new goldmine: video...

Andrés Astaiza, Colombia. 2013

Innovator
He has developed a 3D modeling software for cutaneous leishmaniasis injuries. The frequency with which cultural codes and purchasing trends of consumers is increasingly changing and every year large companies invest millions...

Gustavo Caetano, Brasil. 2014

Innovator
He has created a specialized group of Internet business solutions for corporate digital communication. Gustavo Caetano was born in a small town in Brazil. Five years ago, this young entrepreneur created Samba Tech while he was still studying at the...

Ivo Boniolo, Italy. 2014

Innovator
Bike + A "hybrid" bicycle . Ivo Boniolo started working on hybrid vehicles during his PhD years at Milan Polytechnic. Combining his postgraduate studies in Information Sciences...

Francesca Romano, Italy. 2012

Innovator
A powerful framework for managing apps.

Alejandro Cantú, Mexico. 2014

Innovator
He has developed an earthquake alert satellite system capable of measuring the intensity of earthquakes. Alejandro has created SkyAlert, the first satellite-based, earthquake alert social network. This earthquake alarm system is one of only 4 such...

David Horna , Spain. 2012

Innovator
Faster, safer, and cheaper way to develop living cell-based drugs.. The traditional drug market in medicine is changing. Big pharmaceutical companies as well as ‘bioentrepreneurs’ are looking for new ways to...

Víctor Ramirez, Peru. 2014

Innovator
His stations collect and provide information about the climate and irrigation to help to improve agricultural productivity. In Peru useful climate information is in a high demand by farmers. In light of the scarcity of resources such as the efficient use of irrigation...