2006 Young Innovators Under 35
Since 1999, the editors of Technology Review have honored the young innovators whose inventions and research we find most exciting; today that collection is the TR35, a list of technologists and scientists, all under the age of 35.
2006 Innovator of the Year: Joshua Schachter
|Song JinMaking nanowires get in line||Sumeet SinghFaster defenses against computer viruses||Ling LiaoLighting up computers|
|Paris SmaragdisTeaching machines to listen||Liam PaninskiDecoding brain signals ||Benjamin ZhaoPerfecting peer-to-peer networks|
|Michael WongCleaning up with nanoparticles||Joshua SchachterHow tags exploit the self-interest of individuals to organize the Web for everyone.||Anand RaghunathanMaking mobile secure|
|Nikos ParagiosClearer computer vision||Michael RaabMaking fuel ethanol more cheaply||Paul RademacherThe man who opened up the map|
|Roger DingledineWhen e-mail absolutely, positively has to get there anonymously||Jeffrey BodePeptide “Legos” to make new drugs||Utkan DemirciDisposable AIDS diagnosis|
|William KingThe worlds smallest soldering iron||Jason FriedKeeping online collaboration simple||Jane McGonigalDesigning games with new realities|
|Edward BoydenArtificially firing neurons||Apostolos ArgyrisDisguising data as noise||Jay ShendureThe $1,000 genome|
|Alice TingLighting cellular movies||Ashok MaliakalThe floppy screen||Christopher VoigtA vision in bacteria|
|Prithwish BasuNetworking Unplugged||Eddie KohlerA better operating system||Seth Coe-SullivanMaking screens crystal clear|
|Ram K. KrishnamurthyCooler computers||Manolis KellisUnderstanding genomes||Joshua NapoliHigher-resolution 3-D displays|
|Christina GalitskySimple technologies save energy and lives||Stefan DumaBetter virtual crash dummies||Stephanie LacourStretchable electronic skin|
|Marin SoljacicModeling the flows of light||Matthew HerrenBeaming textbooks across Africa|
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