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Imperial innovators are “changing the face of science and technology”
October 12, 2018
IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON
By Deborah Evanson
The Imperial College London WEInnovate Program produces innovators that are tackling some of the world’s biggest challenges. MIT Technology Review publishes an annual list of the “35 European Innovators under 35”.
This year’s list recognizes those whose work has the potential to “shape the coming decades” and solve some of the world’s biggest problems and includes Imperial College London graduates Christina Friis Blach Petersen, founder of light-sensing wearable developers Lys Technologies, and Henrik Hagemann, founder of White City based industrial wastewater treatment system CustoMem.
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Learn more about Imperial College of London’s WEInnovate Program and the Althea Foundation