Innovators Under 35 France
Since 2013, Innovators Under 35 France has been discovering the brightest and most innovative young talents in areas such as education, medicine and biotechnology.
This year, after evaluating more than 150 candidates in all areas of technology, we are proud to present the third generation of Innovators Under 35 France and their awesome work.
An optical imaging process for cancer detection, insect bioproducts or a bionic hand printed in 3D; from biomedicine to business, electronics hardware to materials; the projects of the 10 Innovators Under 35 are as disruptive as they are diverse.
They pitched their projects last April 15th at L’Atelier BNP Paribas, in front a large audience of more than 300 decision-makers, entrepreneurs and academics from the European innovation ecosystem.
Kathleen Kennedy, president of MIT Technology Review; Marie-Claire Capobianco, Head of BNP Paribas French Retail Banking and Member of the BNP Paribas Group Executive Committee; among others leaders of entrepreneurial and technological ecosystem such as Ferhan Cook, Co-founder of m-Spark, and Rand Hindi, CEO Snips and French Innovator Under 35 in the Global edition 2014.
Among the ten winners, two received an additional recognition:
Xavier Duportet named Innovator of the Year, for his development of intelligent antibiotics that kill specific bacteria based on the code they carry in their genome, and Nicolas Huchet recognized as Social Innovator, for creating a bionic hand entirely on open source code and printed in 3D.
The 10 Innovators Under 35 France 2015: