From Yahoo News: “TED, the nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading, announces 25 new members of 2012’s TED Fellows class. Founded in 2009, the TED Fellows program handpicks world-changing innovators from around the globe and brings them to the TED stage — literally and figuratively — to raise international awareness of their remarkable work…” Among the notables are the following Jimmy Lin (US) — Computational geneticist and founder of the Rare Genomics Institute, E Roon Kang (Korea | US) — Graphic designer, Myshkin Ingawale (India) — Medical device innovator and founder of BIosense Technologies, Jane Chen (US | India) — Infant health entrepreneur, and co-founder of Embrace, Anthony Vipin Das (India) — Eye doctor + entrepreneur, Sey Min (Korea) — Media artist, and Asha de Vos (Sri Lanka) — Blue whale scientist.
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