Technology Review Introduces Iranian Engineer as Selected Inventor

Saturday, May 31, 2008

Babak Amir Parviz has been named one of Technology Review magazine's TR35, an elite group of 35 innovative researchers under the age of 35. The winners are chosen by a panel of expert judges and the magazine's editorial staff.

Babak was recognized for his research into self-assembling MEMS devices.

The magazine has announced that inventions introduced by people who have been selected pave the way for taking long strides in such fields as finding new energy sources, nanotechnology, biotechnology, telecommunications and medicine.

Babak Amir Parviz is currently assistant professor of engineering at Washington State University. He is 34 years old and has come up with a unique method in nanotechnology which can be used to produce inexpensive microscopic biological sensors.

The sensors can then be used to diagnose and treat such lethal diseases as AIDS.

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