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Three researchers from the Moncloa Campus among the ten best innovetors under 35 in Spain in 2015

Each year MIT Technology Review in Spain discovers 10 Innovators Under 35, the young leaders developing new technologies to solve the major global challenges of today

12/11/2015

Each year MIT Technology Review in Spain discovers 10 Innovators Under 35, the young leaders developing new technologies to solve the major global challenges of today. This year, three researchers from the Biomedical Imagery Technologies group at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, a group belonging to the i-Health cluster of Moncloa Campus, have been awarded with this recognition.

Miguel Luengo has developed MalariaSpot, a collaborative videogame that speeds up the diagnosis of malaria; José Luis Rubio has created Medlumics, a technology that reduces the number of unnecessary biopsies performed to diagnose skin cancer and Carlos Castro has developed Leuko, a non-invasive, white blood cell count device that protects cancer patients receiving chemotherapy.

Tag: i-Health    Source: MIT Technology Review

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12/11/2015



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