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November 6th, 2006

2006 Scientific American 50 Recognizes Contributions to Science

Abstract:
A visually impaired artist and poet who developed an artificial retina; developers of engineered blood vessels that have been successfully implanted into patients; former Vice President and environmentalist Al Gore; philanthropist-billionaires Warren Buffett and Paul Allen -- all are among a varied array of research, business and policy achievers recognized by the 2006 Scientific American 50. The list is selected by the Board of Editors of Scientific American, the nation's premier science magazine.

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