Five Mexican projects defending water ‘tooth and nail’

There are more than 2 billion people in the world who don’t have access to drinking water. These solutions seek to reduce that number.

Ximena Vega, the Tec graduate who gave Tetra Pak a new lease of life

Her idea calls for a new reverse logistics system to reuse multilayer packaging and supply other industries.

Guillermo Ulises Ruiz, the promise of the future for medicine at MIT

MIT Media Lab gives the Pegasus Award to a Mexican for the first time. The researcher is a Tec graduate.

The formula for positioning your startup in international markets

Experts share their experiences of taking their ideas to the international market. Take note.

Prothesia to represent Mexico at global entrepreneurship awards

This startup, created by Tec de Monterrey students, has developed software to streamline the process of manufacturing braces and artificial limbs.

Ecotourism startup Rutopía is global winner of Hult Prize

Rutopía began with a dream to help indigenous communities in Mexico through fair and sustainable tourism.

5 Advantages of Hubs for Innovation, Research, and Entrepreneurship

Their goal is not only to accelerate startups, but also to foster cooperation for joint development.

Hugo Blendl, the Mexican cartoonist behind Rick and Morty

Besides talking about his experience on the animated series, the illustrator shared advice and warnings about the tortuous path to becoming an artist.

It’s our ball too: María Teresa Hernández

Her entrepreneurship classes taught her how to combine studying with her love of soccer. That’s how she founded Club de Futbol Femenil Lioness, FC (The Lioness Women’s Football Club).



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