In: Innovators

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Mexican Entrants Makes Huge Impact in Global Hackathon with Sustainable Urban Tech
November 14, 2017

A number of talented Mexicans have been recognized at the regional stage of the Accenture Global Connected Hackathon, a global technology competition.

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Tech Giant Huawei Training Mexican Students in Advanced Information Technology
November 7, 2017

Among the subjects being tutored include cloud computing, intelligent networks and internet of things (IoT), according to Mexico’s Secretariat of Communications and Transportation (SCT).

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Mexican Software Engineer Finds Success at Amazon Web Services in Seattle
October 19, 2017

Isidro’s unique journey of moving from Mexico to the United States to work at Amazon offers personal insight into the demand for Mexican talent.

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Female Entrepreneurs in Mexico Growing in Number Like Never Before
October 10, 2017

Mexico is one of the four countries in the world, and the only one in Latin America, where there are more female entrepreneurs than their male counterparts.

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Mexican Developer Creates Solity App to Detect Victims in Disaster Areas
October 3, 2017

Mexican software professional Israel Reyes Gomez has developed a mobile app called Solity for detecting victims trapped in disaster areas, like the country’s recent devastating earthquake.

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Google Presents Mexican Doctor with Award for Robotics Research
September 7, 2017

Mexican doctor Hiram Eredín Ponce Espinosa has received the Google Award for Research, which includes one year of funding for him to carry out his work.

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UNAM Students Enter the Finals of the Santander Award for Business Innovation
July 20, 2017

The contest included a total of 119 projects registered with 5,789 entrepreneurs from 137 universities throughout the Republic.

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Mexican Students Develop Bluedrop: A Device to Improve the Quality of Water in the Country
June 15, 2017

Students from a handful of universities around the country have developed a new innovation that could make Mexico’s water systems much safer.

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AT&T Looking to Introduce Project AirGig Wireless Gigabit Internet Service to Mexico
February 3, 2017

U.S. telco AT&T is toying with the possibility of bringing its wireless gigabit internet service, Project AirGig, to Mexico after testing is complete.

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MIT Names Mexico’s 10 Most Important Innovators Under 35 Years Old
December 15, 2016

This is the fifth edition of “Innovators under 35” in Mexico and is composed of computer scientists, doctors, and engineers who have shown great potential and a commitment to research and development.

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