- Publication date
- 20 October 2023
- European Innovation Council and SMEs Executive Agency
- Publication type
Biotechnology and nanotechnology are no longer a science-fiction matter. The implementation of these technologies in everyday use goods results in more appealing, useful or handy products, such as seedless fruits, lightweight electronic devices, new flavours for beverages and food or whitening toothpastes that are more effective. According to Science, Technology and Innovation in the Digital Economy Report (ECLAC), genomics and proteomics, biological engineering, medical diagnostic, bio nanotechnology and nanotechnology, among others, were envisaged as those with the greatest potential to lead to technological progress in Latin America in 2018.