This month's issue of MIT Technology Review presents their annual list of the "top 35 young innovators under 35". Seven of the winners were women.
- Michelle Chang, Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the University of California, Berkeley, designs microbes that make fuel and drugs. Read Chang's TR35 profile.
- Milica Radisic, Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Toronto, develops methods of patching damaged hearts with embryonic stem cells. Read Radisic's TR35 profile.
- Tanzeem Choudhury, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Dartmouth, works on methods of automatically inferring social networks. Read Choudhury's TR35 profile.
- Farinaz Koushanfar, Assistant Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rice University, is developing methods of "locking" microchips to prevent hardware piracy. Read Koushanfar's TR35 profile.
- Meredith Ringel Morris, computer scientist in the Adaptive Systems and Interaction Group at Microsoft Research, developed a plugin for Internet Explorer that allows groups to search collaboratively. Read Morris's T35 profile.
- Aimée Rose, Principle Investigator at ICx Technologies, was awarded the TR35 Humanitarian Award for her work developing ultrasensitive portable chemical "sniffers" for the detection of explosives. Read Rose's TR35 Profile.
- Julia Greer, Assistant Professor of Materials Science at CalTech, developed and improved methods of studying the mechanical properties of nanoscale materials. Read Greer's TR35 profile.