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The Most Exciting Energy Innovator of 2009?

Tell us about young researchers and entrepreneurs who deserve our TR35 award.
January 29, 2010

Every year we canvass top researchers, companies, and venture capitalists to find the most interesting young innovators for our TR 35 awards (35 innovators under the age of 35). But based on the Technology Review readers I’ve met at various meetings and conferences, I know many of you are personally involved with some of the most interesting innovation out there. So this year I’m also taking my plea directly to you.

Who do you know who deserves this award? If you think of anyone, send me an email (bull_kev at yahoo.com) with a name, contact info, and a sentence or two describing the person’s accomplishments.

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