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Isaac Castro, Spain. 2013

Innovator
Adaptable the new way to improve the effectiveness in radiation therapy. He created an adaptable examination table to improve the effectiveness of radiotherapy. Sitting on a doctor's table to be examined is...

Marcelo Cicconet, Brasil. 2015

Innovator
Developed an application to facilitate the music education and a new musical instrument. Text in Portuguese from its original source: MIT Technology Review Portuguese edition

Jaime Sotomayor, Peru. 2015

Innovator
His website allows users to create and orders a-la-cárte batteries without requiring technical know-how. Text in Spanish from its original source: MIT Technology Review Spanish edition

Gino Tubaro, Argentina & Uruguay. 2015

Innovator
Created a device that translates written texts into braille in real time. Project LIMBS / AtomicLab Gino Tubaro has just turned 20, and he already boasts a long list of inventions. Amongst them, a device capable of...

Loretta L. del Mercato, Italy. 2012

Innovator
Optical intracellular sensors with fluorescent barcode.

Ilana Milkes, Colombia. 2016

Innovator
95% of the students from her digital skills workshops have found work within three months. In a world that relies more and more on technology with each passing day, those who know how to use it hold an important advantage. The problem is...

Fernando David Rivero, Argentina & Uruguay. 2012

Innovator
New methods to eradicate parasitic diseases. David Fernando Rivero´s story is one of a young scientist who, after several years of research and enormous individual and team efforts, has...

Fernando Zvietcovich, Peru. 2014

Innovator
He has developed a 3D modeling software for cutaneous leishmaniasis injuries. Leishmaniasis is one of the most characteristic diseases in Peru, and amounts to the second largest tropical endemic of the region. The lack of...

Federico Gaona, Paraguay & Bolivia. 2016

Innovator
His smart detector for Chagas disease could save thousands of lives . Chagas disease is an endemic problem in Latin America, where it represents the most common parasitic disease, with an estimated six to eight...

Josue Gio, Mexico. 2014

Innovator
He has designed an application which allows travelers to book their accommodation at the last minute. Josué Gio is the founder of LastRoom, a Mexican startup that has revolutionized the travel industry, meeting the need to book a last minute hotel...

Fábio Piva, Brasil. 2015

Innovator
Created a new technology for mobile commerce that allows physical stores to eliminate checkout lines. Text in Portuguese from its original source: MIT Technology Review Portuguese edition  

Gero Decker, Germany. 2016

Innovator
This computer scientist's software makes companies more transparent: Finally, even with complicated processes, the left hand knows what the right hand is doing. Gero Decker could have had a comfortable life: Upon obtaining his doctorate from the Hasso-Plattner-Institut in Potsdam (Germany), he received...

Bice Cavallo, Italy. 2011

Innovator
Bayesian networks and Analytic Hierarchy Process for Data Privacy.

Etienne Perret , France. 2013

Innovator
Cheap and high sensitives Radiofrequency labels to identify objects. Labels radio frequency identification cheap and with high sensitivity Can barcodes become obsolete one day, and something that we may look...

Ana Gabriela Gallardo, Mexico. 2013

Innovator
Universal technology for medicine dosage. Diabetes is one of the biggest problems in public health in Mexico, which ranks 10th place worldwide in number of diabetes patients. More than 10...

Jaime Cepeda, Ecuador. 2015

Innovator
His algorithms designed to analyze the electric grid help prevent blackouts. According to the National Population and Housing Census, 81% of the population is estimated to have electricity. The availability rate of electrical...

Javier Humberto Galindo, Colombia. 2012

Innovator
Has developed a software that improves the security and performance of the planet’s organizations. Javier Humberto Galindo owner and founder of ITAC Company; collects two million dollars per year, grows at a rate of 40 percent and provides work...

Jannai Flaschberger, Europe. 2017

Innovator
His air quality collaborative initiative uses cheap sensors to achieve breathable and healthier air. Air quality monitoring stations are expensive, rare and only offer limited insights into the full picture of pollution. Jannai Flaschberger has found...

Karim Fahssis, France. 2014

Innovator
A software to facilitates the search of locations for wind farms. Creation of a software that facilitates the search for locations for wind farms and increase their funding opportunities Deciding where to...

David Leal, Mexico. 2015

Innovator
Created a machine that unprints the ink from sheets of paper . Printers are becoming smarter and smarter. However, they are still not able to undo their work, and this leads to an even greater use of paper....

Martha Malapi, Peru. 2013

Innovator
She has designed biotechnological tools to improve control of agricultural pathogens. While studying agronomy at the National Agrarian University - La Molina and later as a research assistant at the International Potato Center (CIP...

Valeria Bosio, Argentina & Uruguay. 2013

Innovator
She has designed cheap and effective bone prostheses using biomaterials made of silk proteins and mineralizing particles. One in every two women over the age of 50 will suffer an osteoporotic bone fracture at some point in their lifetime. In Argentina alone this...

Alberto Acedo, Spain. 2014

Innovator
Test of ultra DNA to detect the genes associated with hereditary cancer. A genetic test based on DNA ultrasequencing to detect mutations related to hereditary cancer The roots of a significant part of all detected...

Antoine Hubert, France. 2015

Innovator
Developed the first biorefinery insect in the world. FAO has been advising for years that humans should find more sustainable ways to include more animal protein in their diet. With 8,000 million...

Esther García, Spain. 2016

Innovator
Her gadgets allow people with special needs to use computers and smartphones . Devices like computers and smartphones make life easier for many people, whether in their personal or professional lives. But they were not...

Víctor Cartes, Paraguay & Bolivia. 2016

Innovator
He offers a digital lifesaver for small companies with his cloud-based management software. 90% of the Paraguayan economy is comprised by companies with 50 employees or less, most of them microcompanies. Due specifically to their reduced...

Jérémy Stoss, France. 2016

Innovator
Sending money to Africa quickly and cheaply, and controlling how it is spent is now possible. More than half of citizens living in developing countries survive on less than a euro a day, according to the World Bank. For them, emigrating to...

Christian Díaz, Colombia. 2016

Innovator
His collaborative platform helps doctors to hone their surgical skills remotely through virtual reality. While learning to perform surgeries, doctors can practice on animals, through simulators (virtual or physical) and directly on patients. In order...

Vincent Bryant, France. 2016

Innovator
A new weapon against climate change: an inexpensive, standardized system that analyzes the energy consumption of buildings. Despite the scientific evidence confirming the reality of climate change, the world´s nations have not yet taken truly effective measures to reverse...

Eduardo Labarca, Chile. 2013

Innovator
He has created mini submarines that are controlled online to explore the ocean from any location. Eduardo Labarca, on the basis of the famous premise from Jacques Cousteau, "we cannot love what we do not know", is aiming to gamify deep sea...