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Home > Press > Technology Review Reveals the 2007 TR35 List of the 35 Top Young Innovators Under 35

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Technology Review today announced the TR35 for 2007 - 35 accomplished men and women under the age of 35 who exemplify the spirit of innovation in business, technology and the arts. Doing ground-breaking work in energy, nanotechnology, biotechnology, computing, medicine, telecommunications and the Web, these young individuals stand out for their unique contributions to society.

Technology Review Reveals the 2007 TR35 List of the 35 Top Young Innovators Under 35

Cambridge, MA | Posted on August 15th, 2007

Technology Review also announced the selection of Tapan Parikh from the University of Washington as the Humanitarian of the Year and David Berry of Flagship Ventures as Innovator of the Year (see related press release). The 2007 TR35 also includes individuals from well-known organizations and institutions such as Brown University, Caltech, Digg, École Supérieure d'Electricité (SUPÉLEC), Facebook, Hewlett-Packard Labs, Microsoft, MIT, Netvibes, Philips Research Europe, Princeton University, the University of Alicante and the University of Washington.

"The quality and breadth of accomplishment of the 2007 TR35 winners is truly amazing," said Jason Pontin, editor in chief and publisher of Technology Review. "We honor them for their achievements today and into the future."

The 2007 TR35 were selected from more than 300 submissions by the editors of Technology Review in collaboration with a prestigious panel of judges from leading organizations such as Cisco Systems, del.icio.us, Harvard Medical School, IBM, MIT, Novell, Stanford University, Texas A&M, Wikipedia, and Xerox. TR35 winners will be profiled in the September/October issue of Technology Review and online at http://www.technologyreview.com/tr35/. In addition, the 2007 Emerging Technologies Conference to be held September 25-27 at MIT will honor the winners in a series of ‘Meet the TR35' presentations and receptions.

NOTE: A complete list of the 2007 TR35 follows.

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About Technology Review
Technology Review also announced the selection of Tapan Parikh from the University of Washington as the Humanitarian of the Year and David Berry of Flagship Ventures as Innovator of the Year (see related press release). The 2007 TR35 also includes individuals from well-known organizations and institutions such as Brown University, Caltech, Digg, École Supérieure d’Electricité (SUPÉLEC), Facebook, Hewlett-Packard Labs, Microsoft, MIT, Netvibes, Philips Research Europe, Princeton University, the University of Alicante and the University of Washington.

“The quality and breadth of accomplishment of the 2007 TR35 winners is truly amazing,” said Jason Pontin, editor in chief and publisher of Technology Review. “We honor them for their achievements today and into the future.”

The 2007 TR35 were selected from more than 300 submissions by the editors of Technology Review in collaboration with a prestigious panel of judges from leading organizations such as Cisco Systems, del.icio.us, Harvard Medical School, IBM, MIT, Novell, Stanford University, Texas A&M, Wikipedia, and Xerox. TR35 winners will be profiled in the September/October issue of Technology Review and online at http://www.technologyreview.com/tr35/. In addition, the 2007 Emerging Technologies Conference to be held September 25-27 at MIT will honor the winners in a series of ‘Meet the TR35’ presentations and receptions.

NOTE: A complete list of the 2007 TR35 follows.

About Technology Review, Inc.

Technology Review, Inc., an independent media company owned by MIT, is the authority on the future of technology, identifying emerging technologies and analyzing their impact for leaders. Technology Review’s media properties include Technology Review magazine, the oldest technology magazine in the world (founded in 1899); the daily news website TechnologyReview.com; and events such as the annual Emerging Technologies Conference at MIT.

Technology Review’s TR35 for 2007

Dr. J. Christopher Anderson

University of California, Berkeley

Dr. Erik Bakkers

Philips Research Europe - Eindhoven

Dr. David Berry1

Flagship Ventures

Mr. Sanjit Biswas

Meraki Networks

Prof. Josh Bongard

University of Vermont

Mr. Garrett Camp

StumbleUpon

Prof. Mung Chiang

Princeton University

Prof. Adam Cohen

Harvard University

Dr. Javier García-Martínez

University of Alicante

Prof. Ali Khademhosseini

Harvard-MIT Div. of Health Sciences and Technology

Prof. Yoshi Kohno

University of Washington

Mr. Tariq Krim

Netvibes

Mr. Ivan Krstić

One Laptop per Child

Mr. Jeff LaPorte

Eqo Communications

Prof. Ju Li

Ohio State University

Prof. Karen Liu

Georgia Tech

Mr. Christopher Loose

SteriCoat

Prof. Anna Lysyanskaya

Brown University

Mr. Tapan Parikh2

University of Washington

Prof. Babak Parviz

University of Washington

Prof. Kristala Jones Prather

MIT

Dr. Partha Ranganathan

Hewlett-Packard Labs

Dr. Neil Renninger

Amyris Biotechnologies.

Mr. Kevin Rose

Digg

Prof. Marc Sciamanna

Ecole Superieure d'Electricite (SUPELEC)

Prof. Rachel Segalman

University of California, Berkeley

Prof. Shetal Shah

State University of New York at Stony Brook, School of Medicine

Prof. Abraham Stroock

Cornell University

Dr. Desney Tan

Microsoft Research

Dr. Doris Tsao

University of Bremen

Prof. Luis von Ahn

Carnegie Mellon University

Dr. Xudong Wang

Georgia Tech

Dr. Lili Yang

Caltech

Prof. Mehmet Fatih Yanik

MIT

Mr. Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook

1 2007 Innovator of the Year

2 2007 Humanitarian of the Year

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