Innovators under 35 - Belgium
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Innovators under 35
Innovators under 35 is organized by the MIT Technology Review, published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is the oldest technology magazine and a world authority on the future of technology. Its mission is to promote knowledge in the emerging technologies innovation and to analyze their commercial, political and social implications.
To this end, the MIT Technology Review awards annually young innovators, which combining technology, innovation and creativity, provide answers to the challenges of our society. The aim is to present the young talents, leaders in technology and science at the leading edge of economic and social development.
The MIT Technology Review presents new generations of Innovators Under 35, the young innovators who are changing the rules in education and health, developing new materials, transforming our cities or even discovering new forms of energy sources… creating a better future for their countries and the world. With the collaboration of BNP Paribas and L’Atelier BNP Paribas, MIT Technology Review is launching Innovators Under 35 in Europe to continue their editions in France, Spain, Italy and Germany. For the very first time, this award is introduced in Belgium and Poland, with the purpose of creating a European community of young inventors. The objective is to discover young people who respond to the problems of our society by reinventing technology and offer them recognition and global visibility.
The winners will present their projects at the awards ceremony which will be held on each country. The awards ceremony in Belgium is going to be held on Wednesday, 20 May 2015.