MIT seeks young innovators in Argentina and Uruguay
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) convened by publishing MIT Technology Review’s second annual awards Innovators under 35 in Argentina and Uruguay, looking for people with technology projects that are creating any real impact on society.
The deadline for nominating candidates is open until July 29 . You can nominate any young person under 35 who is Argentine or Uruguayan and develop their work at universities, research centers, emerging businesses to large companies.
The profiles will be evaluated by a panel of judges and experts, who will select the 10 winners. They will be released in October in the Spanish edition of MIT Technology Review.
This second edition of the awards has the support of BBVA, global partner awards, and the Government of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires. Among last year’s winners were Teijeiro founder Fnbox, YouNoodle Rebeca Hwang and Robert Gluck, The Social Radio.
This year, these awards are being made â€‹â€‹in Mexico , Peru , Spain , Colombia and Chile (the nomination closes on 23 July), and later this year will add also Brazil and Central America.
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