Fundacion receives the most important innovation award in Chile

November 2, 2010

Avonni Prize has been awarded since 2007 and seeks to recognize and promote the innovative capacity of those who, as they say in their bases, “make the difference” through innovations that seek to improve the quality of life and the country’s economic progress.

Fundación Ciencia para la Vida, awarded for its career, was established in 1997 and since then it has been closely linked to innovation, focusing on the main productive sectors such as agriculture, aquaculture, forestry, mining, and during the last years its projects have been focused in the area of biomedicine.

The Ceremony Award will take place next November 4th at the National Television of Chile. Another 13 initiatives, ranging from scientific to artistic projects, will be honored.

Foundation directors' (left to right):  Pablo Rosemblatt, Pablo Valenzuela, Luis Burzio, Mario Rosemblatt, Bernardita Méndez, Cristián Hernández, Sebastián Bernales and José Patricio Cáceres.

Foundation directors’ (left to right): Pablo Rosemblatt, Pablo Valenzuela, Luis Burzio, Mario Rosemblatt, Bernardita Méndez, Cristián Hernández, Sebastián Bernales and José Patricio Cáceres.