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TR35 Judges — 2005

August 8, 2006

Howard Anderson Managing director, YankeeTek Ventures
Gordon Bell Senior researcher, Microsoft’s Media Presence Research Group
*Alexis Borisy Founder, president, and CEO, CombinatoRx
*Aref Chowdhury Member of technical staff, quantum information and optics research department, Lucent Technologies’ Bell Laboratories
Joe Chung Cofounder, Art Technology Group
James Collins Professor of biomedical engineering, Boston University
Sanjay Correa Global technology leader for energy and propulsion technologies, General Electric Global Research
Irene Greif IBM fellow and department group manager, Collaborative User Experience, IBM
Bill Joy Partner, Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield, and Byers
*Christina Lampe-Onnerud, CEO, Boston-Power
Chad Mirkin Professor of chemistry, Northwestern University
Nicholas Negroponte Professor of media technology and founding chairman, MIT Media Laboratory
*Micah Siegel President and CEO, Concept2Company
Michael S. Tomczyk Managing director, Mack Center for Technological Innovation, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania
Sophie V. Vandebroek Chief engineer, Xerox
*Susie Wee Principal research scientist
and R&D department manager, Hewlett-Packard Labs
Chelsea C. White III Professor of transportation and logistics, School of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology
Jackie Ying Executive director, Institute
of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology, Singapore
*Daphne Zohar Founder and managing general partner, PureTech Ventures

*Past TR100 young innovator honoree

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