We scoured the Latin American continent for the 35 most outstanding young people in technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship. On November 16 at the Pan-American University of Mexico City, these innovators will present the technologies that will help drive social and economic progress in the region and the world.
Every year, MIT Technology Review selects a list of the most promising innovators around the world. They’re inquisitive and persistent, inspired and inspiring. No matter whether they’re pursuing medical breakthroughs, refashioning energy technologies, making computers more useful, or engineering cooler electronic devices—and regardless of whether they are heading startups, working in big companies, or doing research in academic labs—they all are poised to be leaders in their fields.