10 Nov Inty Grønneberg, CEO and co-founder of Ichthion, has been named “Latin America Inventor of the Year” by MIT Technology Review
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Ecuadorian-Norwegian Inty, 34, who is a PhD researcher at Imperial’s Dyson School of Design Engineering, was also named on MIT Technology Review’s Innovators Under 35 Latin America 2018 list.
The list recognises young innovators who are shaping the future of Latin America and the world by transforming existing industries and establishing new ones.
His startup Ichthion (formerly Remora Marine), which he co-founded with Imperial student Robert Rouse, is currently based at Imperial’s White City Incubator and is developing cutting-edge technologies tackle the problem of ocean plastic.
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