Atomic Lab Founder & Inventor
Gino Tubaro is an Argentine inventor. He is the founder of Atomic Lab, an NGO present in more than 44 countries that aims to improve people’s quality of life through the latest technologies. His most prominent project is called “Limbs,” through which 3D-printed prostheses are created. To date, the project has delivered more than 1,500 prostheses for free for those who are in need.
From a young age, Tubaro has received many awards, including the “Best Young Inventor” by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO / OMPI) for his presentation on home security devices and mini robots; first prize in the “Olympics of Inventors ” by the WIPO; the “Best Innovator” by MIT Technology Review – Innovators under 35; “Social Entrepreneurship Ambassador” by Ford Motor Company Fund; and various awards from the U.S. Embassy in Argentina, The History Channel (History), EY, GSEA, among others. He is also working with UNICEF as a member of the “Single Generation” council.
Tubaro has participated in various talks, among them he was a speaker at TEDxRiodelaPlata and TEDxUTN. In 2015, he was highlighted as “Alumni of the month” worldwide by the United States Department of State and the United States Embassy in “recognition of his leadership in creating innovative solutions to help people with disabilities to live without limits.” In 2016, U. S. President Barack Obama, highlighted Gino Tubaro as an example among young leaders and entrepreneurs in Argentina. In September 2019, Gino Tubaro was declared “Outstanding Personality of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires in the field of Human Rights, for his great contribution to the community.