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IBEC researcher Samuel Sanchez at the ‘Innovators Under 35 Europe’ summit

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Samuel Sánchez Samuel gave a talk 'The Evolution of Nanorobots' at the event (Photo: IBEC).

IBEC researcher Samuel Sanchez at the ‘Innovators Under 35 Europe’ summit

Samuel Sánchez, researcher at the Institute for Bioengineering of Catalonia (IBEC) at PCB, was among the experts invited to participate at the European summit of the winners of the MIT Technology Review's Innovators Under 35 Europe award, which was held last week in Brussels. The research conducted by Samuel Sánchez is pioneer in the field of micro- and nanomotors, small machines such as bacteria that can target specific body cells for applications such as localized drug delivery.


The aim of this summit is to create a strong community of these innovators who are recognized annually by the prestigious MIT to share their knowledge and expertise in fields ranging from nanotechnology to energy for transport or software.

In addition to presentations by the selected winners, the agenda included European parliamentarians, as well as sponsors and representatives of MIT Technology Review, the journal of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).

The “Innovators Under 35 Awards” is an initiative of this publication the objective of which has been for a decade to recognise the talent of young people who are able to realize original, innovative and exciting ideas that revolutionize the business world and technologies in the near future.

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