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These young scientists are starting off the year right. Fourteen Society alumni were named to the 2017 Forbes 30 Under 30 list.
Here’s the 2017 list:
Kai Kloepfer (Intel ISEF 2013 semifinalist)
Founder, Biofire Technologies
Geoffrey Woo (Intel ISEF 2005-2006 finalist, Intel STS 2007 semifinalist)
Ann Makosinski (Intel ISEF 2014-2015 finalist)
Founder, Makotronics Enterprises
Augusta Uwamanzu (Intel STS 2016 finalist)
Gabriel Mesa (Broadcom MASTERS 2014 semifinalist)
Founder, Mesa Foundry
Mackenzie Burnett (DCYSC 2007)
Riley Ennis (Intel ISEF 2010 second place award winner in cellular and molecular biology)
Rohan Suri (Intel ISEF 2015 finalist)
Founder, Averia Health Solutions
Vinayak Ramesh (DCYSC 2004, Intel ISEF 2006-2008 finalist, Intel STS 2008 semifinalist)
Jeremy Blum (Intel STS 2008 finalist)
Head of Electrical Engineering, Shaper Tools
Gaurab Chakrabarti (Intel STS 2006 semifinalist)
John Capodilupo (Intel STS 2010 finalist)
Chief Technology OfficerCo-Founder, WHOOP
Justin Solomon (Intel ISEF 2005-2006 finalist, Intel STS 2006 finalist)
Assistant Professor, MIT
Anarghya A. Vardhana (Intel ISEF 2004-2006 finalist, Intel STS 2006 semifinalist, DCYSC 2002)
Senior Associate, Maveron
Alexander the Great had Aristotle, Quincy Jones had Ray Charles, Luke Skywalker had Obi-Wan Kenobi—the mentor-mentee relationship is something that runs deep in human culture.
Having “scientist” associated with your name would normally be impressive on its own, but the following Society alumni have “published author” under their credentials as well.
Defining moments come in all shapes and sizes.