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MIT Technology Review

The 2004 TR100

October 2004

Technology Review presents its fourth class of 100 remarkable innovators under 35 who are transforming technology – and the world.

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Features

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    Sir Tim Berners-Lee

    Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web, but he had something bigger in mind all along. He tells TR how his 15 years of work on the “Semantic Web” are finally paying off.

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    Building a Nanomanipulator

    MIT’s Martin Culpepper shows how to build simple machines that move with nanometer precision.

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