National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists
Boston, MA (PRWEB) Feb 27, 2015
The National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists currently announced a list of reliable speakers and mentors for a 2015 Congress of Future Scientists and Technologists, Jun 28, 29, 30, in Boston, Massachusetts.
At a Congress, students will be mentored by luminaries in a far-reaching accumulation of systematic fields as good as leaders from supervision and a open sector, including Nobel Laureates, tip systematic university deans, and leaders in systematic investigate and cutting-edge technology, as good as leaders from private industry.
The report of Grand Masters include:
J. Craig Venter, Ph.D., Recipient, National Medal of Science and World Renowned Genomist
David Wineland, Ph.D, Winner, Nobel Prize in Physics, and Recipient, National Medal of Science
John C. Mather, Ph.D., Winner, Nobel Prize in Physics, and Recipient, National Medal of Science
Ray Kurzweil, Recipient, National Medal of Technology, Director of Engineering, Google, and New York Times Bestselling Author
Dean Kamen, Legendary Inventor of a Segway and a Drug Infusion Pump, and Recipient, National Medal of Technology and Innovation
Dennis Crowley, CEO and Co-Founder, Foursquare
Cherry Murray, Ph.D., Dean of Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 2009-2014, and Recipient, National Medal of Technology and Innovation
Bill Westenhofer, Two-time Oscar Winner for Best Visual Effects
Helen Grenier, Co-Founder of iRobot, CEO of CyPhyWorks
Mike Rhodin, Senior Vice President, IBM Watson
Vanessa Green, CEO and Co-Founder of FINsix
Jon Gosier, CEO and Founder of Appfrica, TED Fellow
The Academy Grand Master mentors will be assimilated by Young Prodigy Mentors who include:
Jack Andraka, Winner, 2012 Intel Science Fair
Shree Bose, Winner, 2011 Google Science Fair
Kensen Shi, 2007 Siemens Math, Science and Technology Competition
Alex Koren, Recipient, 2014 Thiel Fellowship
Jacob Barnett, world’s youngest astrophysics researcher carrying published educational investigate during a age of 13
Joshua Meier, Best in Category for Cellular and Molecular Biology, 2014 Intel ISEF, and Finalist, 2012 Google Science Fair
Erik Finman, CEO and Founder Botangle.com
Kenneth Shinozuka, Winner, 2014 Scientific American Science in Action Award
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The Academy was founded on a faith that we contingency brand impending talent during a beginning probable age and assistance students acquire a required knowledge and skills to take them to a doorstep of critical careers in scholarship and technology.
American favourite and wanderer Buzz Aldrin is a Academy Science Director. As one of a heading space scrutiny advocates, Buzz Aldrin continues to draft a march for destiny space transport and is ardent about moving a younger generations of destiny explorers and originators. Richard Rossi is a Academy Executive Director and is a maestro creator of training practice for high-achieving immature people.
The National Academy of Future Scientists and Technologists is formed in Harvard University Square, Cambridge, MA, and has an bureau in Washington, DC.