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November 16th, 2005

World Technology Network Honors the Most Innovative Individuals

Abstract:
The World Technology Network (WTN) announced today the top individuals deemed the most innovative in the world of science and technology.

Materials/Nanotech:

  • Youngseon Choi and Dr. James R. Baker Jr., University of Michigan
  • Michael Graetzel, EPFL-Lausanne
  • Wolfgang Ketterle. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • David R. Liu, Harvard University
  • Daniel Rugar, John Mamin, Raffi Budakian and Benjamin Chui, IBM

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