Synthetic ADN, connected defibrillator and exoskeleton...
The MIT Innovators Under 35 France have selected winners from all sectors and universes. Here they are:
- Sylvain Gabriel, with DNA Script, working on the production of synthetic DNA, was elected Innovator of the Year 2017 in France.
- Morgane Barthod, with Météo Swift, which analyses data from wind farms in order to anticipate possible electrical interferences using artificial intelligence and big data.
- Thibaut Duchemin, for the Ava application, which enables deaf and hearing-impaired people to follow a conversation.
- Clémence Franc, with NovaGray, which designs a radiotherapy solution that can be adapted for cancer patients.
- Johan Kalchman, for Lifeaz, a connected defibrillator for the home or small premises.
- Nataliya Kosmyna, with Braini, a new type of helmet that can be used to move objects merely through brain activity.
- Hugo Mercier, with Rythm, a headband to improve sleep quality.
- Antoine Noel, with Japet Medical Service, working on an exoskeleton to relieve backaches.
- Sidarth Radjou, with Biomodex, which produces faithful copies of organs with which to train medical staff, by means of three-dimensional modelling techniques and 3D printers.
- Bénédicte de Raphélis Soissan, with Clustree, developing a Human Resource recommendation platform that relies on artificial intelligence.
Next stage: Belgium, on 20 June!