I am a multifaceted Biotech Innovator with a proven track record of successfully developing cutting-edge technology solutions for organizations in the biotechnology industry. Throughout my career, I have upheld a mission to bring the Industrial Revolution 4.0 to the Biotech Industry by developing a bioengineering company that incorporates leading technology solutions to develop advanced equipment for the biotech industry. As a dedicated scientist, I studied Agriculture Engineering at the University of Buenos Aires, I have gained expertise in various disciplines, including microbiology, synthetic biology, phytopathology, separation methods, nanotechnology, and microfluidics through research, projects, publications, and studies. I am recognized in my field as a resourceful and analytical thinker who solves issues in interdisciplinary environments through the development of new technologies using an exponential approach with potential for global impact.
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