Inaugural TR35@Singapore Awards calling for nominations
October 28, 2011 by Terence LEE
Technology Review, an independent publication supported by MIT, is launching the inaugural TR35@Singapore Awards, which recognizes the top 35 innovators under 35 from Southeast Asia, India, Australia, and New Zealand.
The finalists from the region will automatically enter the TR35 Global competition. They will also be showcased at the Emtech@Singapore conference, which will be held in January 2012.
TR35 Global was established in 1999 as the TR100, and they accept entries from a wide range of fields, which include biotechnology, materials, computer hardware, energy, transportation, and the Internet.
Winners of TR35 Global will be featured on the September/October issue of Technology Review and on the website. They will also receive recognition at the next Emtech MIT conference in October 2012.
Past winners have included Jonathan Ive of Apple Computer (1999), Sergey Brin of Google (2002), and Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook (2007).
Nominees for TR35@Singapore must be under 35 as of 1st October, 2012. A one year allowance can be made for women who have given birth to one child or more.
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