Former Fellow named Top Innovator by MIT


Matthew Cole, former admissions tutor, has been named one of the Top Innovators Under 35 Europe, among a small group of ‘leading global innovators, pioneers and social changemakers’.

He was selected for developing the X-rays of the future based on innovative nanomaterials. Since 2011, MIT Technology Review has been performing a talent search in several European countries for the most talented young innovators and entrepreneurs who are developing new technologies to address the most pressing issues faced by society. To that end, the magazine, property of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), has celebrated local editions of its most prestigious competition in Belgium, Spain, France, Poland, Germany and Italy, always pursuing the same objective: to award innovation. This year, with the support of BNP Paribas and L’Atelier BNP Paribas, the competition has gone one step further by aiming to compile a pool of 35 profiles within the entire European Union.