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September 9th, 2005

Four Indian Americans among top innovators

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Four Indian Americans have been named among the world's top 35 young high-tech innovators, by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) prestigious Technology Review magazine. These include Anita Goel of Nanobiosym ... She was named top young innovator for developing nanotech devices that could identify viruses and bacteria in blood samples more rapidly, accurately and cheaply than existing techniques.

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