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January 14th, 2007

US Office of Naval Research Sponsors 2 of America's Top 50 Technology and Policy Leaders for 2006

Abstract:
Two nanotechnology researchers whose work is sponsored by the U.S. Office of Naval Research (ONR) are among Scientific Americanīs SA-50, a list of 50 American technology and policy leaders for 2006. A third ONR-funded nanotechnology investigator has earned a 2006 TR35 Young Innovator award from MITīs Technology Review. Each year, this publicationīs editors honor 35 researchers under the age of 35 whose work they deem "most exciting."

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