as both a physicist and a physician, Dr Anita Goel, was named
among the world's Top 35 young high-tech innovators by the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology's (MIT) prestigious Technology Review
Along with a PhD in Physics from Harvard University and an
MD from the Harvard-MIT Division of health Sciences and Technology
(HST), Anita is also a Fellow of the World Technology Network
and a Fellow-at-Large of the Santa Fe Institute and a Trustee
and Scientific Advisor to India-Nano, an organisation devoted
to bridging breakthrough advances in nanotechnology with the
burgeoning Indian nanotech sector.
The young, dynamic lady studies the tiny proteins that edge
their way along DNA, reading and copying the genes inside
each cell and believes, "Many obstacles can come on the
road from the first inner conception of an idea to its actual
material realisation. But a resolute purpose, faith, hope,
and a calm steady effort can enable even seemingly ordinary
people to accomplish extraordinary feats. But you must never
consider yourself to be just ordinary."
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