Innovators Under 35 Latin America 
 
Innovators Under 35 is the most prestigious recognition worldwide from MIT Technology Review

Created in 1999, it's the is the leading global community of innovators, pioneers and social changemakers curated by MIT Technology Review.

Each year the magazine from the prestigious Massachusetts Institut of Technology (MIT) discovers new generations of Innovators Under 35, the young leaders developing new technologies to solve the major global challenges of today in remarkably different ways and impacting the lives of millions of people around the globe.

We aim at connecting remarkable minds and projects in an effort to escalate the impact of their achievements. In Latin America, more than one hundred Innovators from Argentina, Brazil, Central America, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru and Uruguay already form part of this global community. 

Meet our Latin American Innovators

Victoria Alonsopérez, Argentina & Uruguay

Innovator
Her self-rechargeable collar individually monitors cows and produces real-time loss or theft alerts. Uruguay currently has 12 million bovine animals; meanwhile the figure...

Rubén Morones, Mexico

Innovator
His combination of antibiotics and silver salts multiplies the effect against infectious diseases. Rubén Morones has developed therapeutic cocktails, made from a combination...

Daniel Cuartas, Colombia

Innovator
He has designed a pupil tracker which helps persons with reduced mobility to control their surroundings. Those affected by spinal injuries following an accident or a degenerative...

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18 May, 2016
Chile
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07 July, 2016
Argentina & Uruguay
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15 July, 2016
Paraguay & Bolivia
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