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The First 18 International Lab Winners of 2017

Of the 100 up-and coming scientists that will participate in the Fallings Walls Lab Finale, eighteen have already earned their place in the November line-up. These eighteen innovators come from all over the world and are breaking down walls in a wide variety of fields. The following is a list of the successful International Lab winners, their Lab locations and the titles of their presentations.

  • Agnes Reiner of the Medical University of Vienna and Austrian Institute of Technology (Austria), “Breaking the Wall of Cancer Diagnosis.”
  • Shrenik Jain of Beacon Tech (Boston, USA), “Breaking the Wall of Mental Illness.”
  • Adam Benke of the Budapest University of Technology (Budapest, Hungary), “Breaking the Wall of Stressed Computer Gaming”
  • László Jaksa of the Budapest University of Technology (Budapest, Hungary), “Breaking the Wall of Surgical Education.”
  • Zoltán Andrássy of the Budapest University of Technology (Budapest, Hungary), “Breaking the Wall of Thermal Energy Efficiency”
  • Alioune Badara Mbengue of E-Novel (Dakar, Senegal), “Breaking the Wall of En.”
  • Frank Bernasko of Agogo Presbyterian Hospital Asante (Accra, Ghana), “Breaking the Wall of Energy Crisis.”
  • Sangwoo Shin of University of Hawaii at Manoa (Hawaii, USA), “Breaking the Wall of Water Treatment.”
  • Amr Saleh of Stanford University (Hawaii, USA), “Breaking the Wall of Infectious Disease.”
  • Rushda Basir Ahmad of the National University of Sciences and Technology (Islamabad, Pakistan), “Breaking the Wall of Infirmity.”
  • Leen Sevens of KU Leuven (Leuven, Belgium), “Breaking the Wall of Illiteracy.”
  • Aliaksei Burak of Polotsk State University (Minsk, Belarus), “Breaking the Wall of Control over Asymptotical Invariants.”
  • Mohammed Daghamin of Al-Quds Open University (Palestine), “Breaking the Wall of Display Screen Pixel.”
  • Jakub Varvařovský of Portus Praha (Prague, Czech Republic), “Breaking the Wall of Sahara.”
  • Kilean Lucas of the University of Rochester (Rochester, USA), “Breaking the Wall of Clinical Diagnostics”
  • Ana Verissimo of Saga University (Tokyo, Japan), “Breaking the Wall of Lack of Tissue for Regenerative Medicine.”
  • Christian Schuster of the University of York (York, United Kingdom), “Breaking the Wall of a Nuclear Decommissioning Crisis.”
  • Jet Sanders of the University of York (York, United Kingdom), “Breaking the Wall of the Weekly Cycle.”

With many more International Labs left to go this year, the Finale is sure to be a fascinating day filled with breakthroughs, innovations, and entrepreneurial spirit.

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