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July 3rd, 2007

10 of Indian origin in MIT's Technology Review 100

Abstract:
The 52-page article said: "We combed through the rosters of universities, companies, national laboratories, and other research and development outfits around the globe to find 100 of today's most exciting young innovators."

TR100 covers four fields - computing, biotech and medicine, Internet and nanotech.

The maximum number of innovators of Indian origin figure in the list for biotech and medicine - Sangeeta Bhatia, Nimmi Ramanujam, Shuvo Roy and Ram Samudrala.

Three others are listed under nanotech - Krishna Kumar, Balaji Narasimhan and Ravikanth Pappu.

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