- Greece – Charalampos Ioannou
BioAssist – An app for elderly people that detects if something is wrong and proactively responds.
- Germany – Gerhard Dust
PolyCare – Sustainable building blocks from 87% simple sand, which can easily and quickly be assembled for emergency shelters.
- France – Cécile Real
Endodiag – A non-invasive diagnosis tool for endometriosis: A disease that can cause pelvic pains and infertility.
- Ireland – Dr. Nora Khaldi
Nuritas – Data-mining billions of molecules – using AI and DNA analysis – to produce bioactive peptides for medicine and supplements.
- Romania – Stefania Druga
HacKIDemia – HacKIdemia is a global organization for STEM education at primary schools. Learning by doing.
- Italy – Lorenzo Pradella
GreenBone – A highly innovative wood-derived bone implants technology to generate biomimetic – reabsorbable – load bearing implants.
- Norway – Anita Schjøll Brede
Iris AI – The Google Maps for Science: scientific knowledge delivered to entrepreneurs and innovators in a personalized and timely manner.
- The Netherlands – Jos Joore
MIMETAS – MIMETAS develops organ-on-a-chip cell culture models for more reliable and tailored medicines, preventing the use of lab animals.
- UK – Kenny Ewan
WeFarm – Power of the crowd: Improving millions of lives in the developing world through peer-to-peer knowledge sharing in the global farming industry.
- Malta – Nathan Farrugia
Empower – A social enterprise that connects enterprises and people with disability to provide jobs and empowerment.
- Sweden – Micael Hermansson
“Grej” Of The Day (GOTD) – Gadget of the Day: Series of regular mini-lessons that consist of clues, fact based sections and curious facts.
- Finland – Pirkka Palomäki
Enevo – A yellow blob that sensors how much waste a bin contains, determining the optimum interval and route for emptying containers.