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Challenge Based Innovation (CBI Mediterranean), an experimental innovation training programme, aims to promote solutions for the future of humankind in collaboration with the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN), a pioneering particle physics centre.

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A group of 30 students from ESADE, the IED and the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya’s Obre en finestra nova Barcelona School of Telecommunications Engineering (ETSETB) Obre en finestra nova and Barcelona School of Informatics (FIB) Obre en finestra nova were chosen for the third consecutive year to participate in Challenge Based Innovation (CBI Mediterranean).
This experimental innovation training programme, which is open to universities worldwide, aims to bridge the gap between science and society by promoting novel solutions for the future of humankind in collaboration with the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN), a pioneering particle physics centre.

These are the only three Spanish higher education institutions to participate in Challenge Based Innovation After several weeks spent learning alongside scientists at the CERN facility in Geneva (Switzerland) and a few more weeks of group work in Barcelona, the students – organised in multidisciplinary teams – turned their attention to five challenges. The students’ mission was to create new products and services that solve some of the problems currently facing society in three areas: engineering, management, and design.