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Charles M. Vest
Revitalization of partnerships among academia, government, and industry
Massachusetts Insititute of Technology (Cambridge, MA) or Arlington, VA Education

Herwig W. Kogelnik
Development of the technology of lasers, optoelectronics, integrated optics, and lightwave communication systems
Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs (Murray Hill, NJ) of Fair Haven Communications

James E. West
Co-inventor of the electric microphone in 1962
The Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD) of Plainfield, NJ Communications

Leslie A. Geddes
Contributions to electrode design and tissue restoration leading to the development of the modern implantable medical device field
Purdue University, Lafayette, IN Medicine

Paul G. Kaminsky
Development of advanced, unconventional imagining from space for national security and the development of advanced systems with greatly enhanced survivability
Technovation, Inc., Fairfax Station, VA Aerospace and Aviation



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