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Two young Lebanese have made their way on to the "35 innovators under 35" list issued by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to highlight the most promising inventors of the year.The list said Adib's research could change technological perspectives in his field.In 2011, Adib received his undergraduate degree in computer engineering with a minor in mathematics from the American University of Beirut, and later moved to MIT for to complete a masters degree in computer science. Now in his third year, Adib is focusing on improving wireless technologies and creating innovative products using them. Lebanese-Canadian Ayah Bdeir, who grew up in Beirut and also studied at AUB, founded her own company called "littleBits" in New York City several years ago.
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