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Christophe Schilling Named One of the World's Top Young Innovators by MIT's Technology Review
Published: October 01, 2003
Posted: October 17, 2003

Christophe Schilling, a Principal Investigator with research and Small Business Innovative Research grants from both the Office of Biological and Environmental Research and the Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research, was just selected to the 2003 list of the world's 100 Top Young Innovators by Technology Review, Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Magazine of Innovation. The scientists and engineers, chosen by the editors of Technology Review and an elite panel of judges, consists of 100 individuals under age 35 whose innovative work in technology has a profound impact on today's world. Dr. Schilling is the Vice President and Chief Technology Officer with Genomatica, Inc., a leading in silico systems biology company. Dr. Schilling develops models of metabolic pathways in microorganisms, providing testable hypotheses and insight that have significantly altered understanding of the microbes being investigated for use in energy production, sequestration, and bioremediation.

Contact: John Houghton, SC-72, (301) 903-8288; Gary Johnson, SC-31, (970) 225-3794
Topic Areas:

  • Research Area: Genomic Analysis and Systems Biology
  • Research Area: Microbes and Communities
  • Research Area: Sustainable Biofuels and Bioproducts
  • Cross-Cutting: Lectures, Awards, and Recognition

Division: SC-23.2 Biological Systems Science Division, BER
      (formerly SC-72 Life Sciences Division, OBER)

 

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