In its first edition, four researchers were recognized with this accolade for their efforts in driving the development of Nuevo León.
By INSTITUTIONAL COMMUNICATION | EGADE BUSINESS SCHOOL
Bryan Husted, research professor in the Department of Strategy and Leadership at EGADE Business School - Tecnológico de Monterrey, was awarded the first Nuevo León Prize for Science, Technology and Innovation, in the Social Science and Humanities category.
This prize is the highest honor granted by the Nuevo León Government and was established to recognize and encourage the research conducted in the fields of science and technology in this Mexican state.
At the award ceremony, held on December 4, the prize was also presented to Hugo Alberto Barrera Saldaña, in the Health Sciences category; Roger Zirahuén Ríos Mercado, in the Natural and Exact Sciences category; and Guillermo Enrique Acosta, in the Technological Scientists and Innovators category.
🏆 Reconocimos a cuatro investigadores con el Premio Nuevo León de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación,— Secretaría de Economía de Nuevo León (@Economia_NL) December 5, 2023
por impulsar el desarrollo del estado.
👏🏼 Felicidades por su trabajo:
Dr. Hugo Barrera
Dr. Roger Ríos
Dr. Bryan Corregan
Dr. Guillermo González@ivanrivasrdz @i2t2nl pic.twitter.com/YGS7qEfNx5
“The recipients of the first Nuevo León Prize for Science, Technology and Innovation have an important background in fields of knowledge as diverse as molecular biology, physics, forest management, corporate social responsibility, and nanoparticles,” said Iván Rivas, State Minister of the Economy and chairman of the Nuevo León general council for the Promotion of Research in Science, Technology and Innovation.
The award ceremony for the Nuevo León Prize for Science, Technology and Innovation took place within the framework of the 200 Years of Nuevo León commemorations.
Tecnológico de Monterrey has recognized Bryan Husted as a 'Flagship' researcher of the 2017 Rómulo Garza Prize and has been named in Stanford University's list of the World's Top 2% Scientists in 2022 and 2023.