2019 Winners

2019 Winners

Here are the winners of the 2019 CEC Youth Innovation Challenge!
(@and35sci)

2019 Winners

Animal nutrition through transformation of organic waste

It is estimated that in Mexico 105 thousand tons of organic waste are generated daily, of these only 11% are given an adequate use. In order to address the inefficiency in the organic recycling sector, the "NUTRIORGANIC" feed was created, a product designed to promote an efficient recycling of organic waste, which through the use of technology is processed and transformed obtaining an added value, allowing generating... more »

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(@astager) and 2 others

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A non-chemical alternative for pesticides on strawberry farms

More pesticides are used on strawberries than any other produce. With an average of 22 pesticide residues remaining when you buy strawberries in the market, it's no surprise that they are number one on the Dirty Dozen. For a fruit that makes up 1/3 of the US berry industry, there must be a more health and environmentally conscious way of treating pests. Using UV-C light in place of chemicals, we offer a sustainable... more »

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(@noor.shaikh) and 1 other

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IXIM - Using your waste to create change!

Imagine that your bricks, interior walls of any space and furniture are made from corn stem, rice husk or beans pod. If you already did it, I introduce you to the project "IXIM"; a sustainable material that is also 100% biodegradable and aims to replace masonry blocks and furniture pieces. These type of blocks, use mainly two types of raw materials (any of the fibers named above, and a natural binder extracted from the... more »

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