The European Inventor Award is one of the world’s major scientific awards and chief incentive for some of the most pioneering inventions of all time.
SCIENCE . TECHNOLOGY
European Inventor Award 2021
15 x 6' (ENG, GER, FRE)
Inventions that provide answers to the challenges of our time and contribute to social progress, economic growth and prosperity. Fifteen teams, fifteen ground-breaking inventions and one European Inventor Award. Who has what it takes to win?
These are the 15 finalists:
1. Per Gisle Djupeasland (NO): Nasal drugs delivery device
2. Christoph Gürtler, Walter Leitner (DE): Use of greenhouse gases for making polymers
3. Jan van der Tempel (NL): Motion platform for offshore parks
1. Marco Donolato and team (IT, DK): Biosensor for faster and cheaper detection of Dengue Fever
2. Robert N. Grass, Wendelin Jan Stark (CH): DNA Based data storage
3. Mickael Tanter, Mathis Fink (FR): Ultrasound imaging method using shear waves
1. Pi Bo, Yi He (CN): Secure fingerprint sensor e.g. for smartphones
2. Kim Lewis, Slava S. Epstein (US): Cultivating life saving microbes
3. Sumita Mitra (US & IN): Nanomaterials Dental Nanopartices
Small and medium-sized enteprises (SMEs):
1. Carmen Hijosa (ES): Leather like substance from pineapple leaves
2. Ben Kibel, Peter Kibel (UK): Fishing hook cover to save seabirds
3. Henrik Lindström, Giovanni Fili (SE & IT): Energy-absorbing protective material
1. Metin Colpan (DE): Separation and purification of Nucleic Acids
2. Karl Leo (DE): Contributions to the field of organic semiconductors
3. Gordana Vunjak-Novakovic (US & RS): Tissue bioengeneering
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