Professor of bioengineering, University of California, Berkeley;
Faculty scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Partner, Flagship Ventures
Vinton G. Cerf
Vice president and chief Internet evangelist, Google
Assistant professor of computer science, Dartmouth College
James J. Collins*
University professor, Boston University
Peter L. Corsell*
Chief executive officer, GridPoint
Julia R. Greer*
Assistant professor of materials science, Caltech
R. John Hansman Jr.
Professor of aeronautics and astronautics, MIT
Principal researcher and research area manager, Microsoft Research
Associate professor of media arts and sciences, MIT
Instructor of medicine, Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology
Researcher, Microsoft Applied Sciences
Steven H. Low
Professor of computer science and electrical engineering, Caltech
Christopher B. Murray*
Richard Perry University Professor of chemistry and materials science and engineering, University of Pennsylvania
Cofounder and chief technical officer, Amyris Biotechnologies
Principal investigator, ICx Technologies
Managing director, Concept2Company
Founder and chief technology officer, Xobni
Chris R. Somerville
Philomathia Professor of Alternative Energy, and director, Energy Biosciences Institute, University of California, Berkeley
Chief technical officer, Tesla Motors
Heather (Haitao) Zheng*
Associate professor of computer science, University of California, Santa Barbara
Founder and managing partner, PureTech Ventures
*Past TR100/TR35 honoree
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