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September 17th, 2003

U of T scientists among world's top young innovators

Abstract:
Two researchers at the University of Toronto have been named among the top 100 young innovators in their fields by the highly respected Technology Review magazine, citing their innovative work in technology as having a profound impact on the world. Professor Ted Sargent is conducting groundbreaking research into nanotechnology and an agile optical network. His team is creating "designer molecules" and supramolecular structures to harness the vast potential of nanomaterials.

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