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September 8, 2006—Ben Zhao, an innovator in the field of
computer networking is included in the annual 2006 TR35 list,
published in new issue of MIT’s Technology Review magazine.
The list features 35 of the top innovators in science and
technology under the age of 35.

According the Jason Pontin, Editor-in-Chief of Technology
Review: “The TR35 is an amazing group of people. Their
accomplishments are likely to shape their fields for decades
to come. It’s evident when you scroll back and see names like
Sergey Brin, Jonathan Ive, and Steve Jurvetson among the past

The honorees are selected by the editors of the magazine in
collaboration with a prestigious panel of judges from major
institutions and corporations such as Boston University,
Hewlett-Packard Labs, the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory,
Caltech, and Applied Materials.

A number of the 35 winners will also be featured on Technology
Review’s new video blog, designed to highlight visually the
personalities of the innovators. The vlog is located here:

Information about past and present TR35 winners and judges is
available at

About MIT’s Technology Review.

Technology Review, the oldest technology magazine in the
world, is published by Technology Review, Inc., an independent
media company owned by the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology. Founded in 1899, Technology Review describes
emerging technologies and analyzes their commercial, economic,
social, and political impact for an audience of senior
executives, researchers, financiers, and policymakers, as well
as for the MIT alumni. In addition, Technology Review, Inc.
produces, a website that offers daily
news and opinion on emerging technologies. It also produces
live events such as the Emerging Technologies Conference.