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

Since 2012, MIT Technology Review has been performing a talent search in several Latin American countries for the most talented young innovators and entrepreneurs who are developing new technologies to address the most pressing issues faced by society. To that end, the magazine, property of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has celebrated local editions of its most prestigious competition in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Central America, Ecuador, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay, always pursuing the same objective: to award innovation

Beginning last year, the competition has gone one step further by aiming to compile a pool of 35 profiles from all around the Latin American continent

Nominations are now closed

Nominations are now closed for the 2018 edition.

On November 16th, 2017, in Mexico City, the laurates had the opportunity to participate in the Innovators Under 35 Latin American Awards Ceremony to meet and gather with members of our community which gave them increased visibility in national and international media outlets and will boost their projects and/or initiatives.

During the event, 5 of them received a special mention: Anson Tou (Entrepreneur of The Year), Santiago Siri (Visionary of The Year), Manuel Piñuela (Inventor of The Year), Carolina Amador (Pioneer of the Year) and Carolina Medina (Humanitarian of The Year). Here you can watch a recap of the day:

Innovators Under 35 Latam

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Innovators Under 35 Latam Awards Ceremony is the annual event organized by MIT Technology Review and Opinno to give recognition in the continent to the winners for their technological innovation. Last year's event was hosted and sponsored by Universidad Panamericana in Mexico DF.