Aims to honor leading innovators with superb technical expertise, whose inventions or research promise to change the way people live for the better
MIT Technology Review Arabia, a Majarra platform, announced the winners of the fifth edition of the “Innovators Under 35 MENA” (IU35) Award, which aims to honor leading innovators with superb technical expertise, whose inventions or research promise to change the way people live for the better, and make a quantum leap around the world.
This year, there was an unprecedented number of nominees with variegated innovations in technology, biotechnology, computer science, medicine, materials science, etc.
Winners of IU35 2022 Edition
With the help of a committee of 22 distinguished and independent judges, including technical experts, entrepreneurs, and academics affiliated with research centers, leading technology companies, and prestigious universities globally, MIT Technology Review Arabia selected 15 innovators for the IU35 fifth edition as follows:
About IU35 Award
MIT Technology Review Arabia has been organizing the MENA IU35 Award annually since 2018. It is the Middle East and North Africa region (MENA) edition of the global award launched in 1999 by MIT Technology Review and included international figures, such as Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, and Sergey Brin, co-founder of Google.
The IU35 award from MIT Technology Review is a list of the world's most prominent and essential innovators under the age of thirty-five. It aims to honor a group of young innovators, male and female, who presented the most exciting and interesting inventions and studies.
The IU35 award includes the brightest minds, technical experts, male and female researchers, scientists, and scholars. Since its inception in 2018, 55 innovators from the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Yemen, Libya, Egypt, Kuwait, Tunisia, Algeria, Oman, Turkey, and the United States have won the award. It is noteworthy that three of the winners of the IU35 MENA Award in 2019 won its global edition in 2020, namely Ghena Al-Hanaee (UAE), Omar Abu Dayeh (Palestine), and Mohamed Dhaouafi.
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