Innovator Awards under the MIT Technology Review 35 come to Chile
For the first time, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) awards held in Chile its Innovator under 35, through the Spanish edition of MIT Technology Review publication. The objective of discovering and supporting young people through technology have a real impact on society.
Through these awards, MIT globally recognized innovators from the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook founder, Sergey Brin, cofounder of Google or the founders of Paypal, Twitter or Tesla Motors.
The deadline for nominating candidates is open until July 23, just to be Chilean and less than 35 years, in addition to a creative, inspiring, innovative and have an impact on some area of technology: biotechnology, information technology, telecommunications, energy , new materials and web or internet.
Nominees will be evaluated by a panel of judges, and the 10 winners will be announced in October at the Spanish edition of the MIT Technology Review.
This award has regional editions in Mexico , Colombia , Spain , Argentina and Uruguay, amounting in 2013 to Chile, Peru , Brazil and Central America. The event has the support of BBVA as global partner in Latin America.
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