MIT's Emerging Technologies Conference 2006 makes selections
Wednesday, September 13, 2006
MIT's Technology Review magazine has announced the top 35 innovators under 35, the TR35, who are to be honored at the sixth annual Emerging Technologies Conference on September 27 and 28, 2006. The conference will also feature well-known inventors and entrepreneurs and showcase this year's emerging technologies.
Web 2.0 companies are well-represented, as Joshua Schachter, founder of Del.icio.us, has been selected as "Innovator of the Year", and search engine Jatalla chosen as an emerging technology. Christina Galitsky, of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, has been recognized as "Humanitarian of the Year" for her work in energy conservation.
- "Emerging Technologies Conference 2006" — , September 13, 2006
- John Battelle. "Round Up" — , September 12, 2006
- "MIT's Technology Review Announces 2006 TR35, the Top 35 Innovators under the Age of 35; Christina Galitsky, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Named Humanitarian of the Year; Joshua Schachter, Del.icio.us, Named Innovator of the Year" — , September 8, 2006
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