Bynoe received a bachelor's degree from MIT in June of this year with a double major in music and biology.
His circuitous route took him through numerous low-paying jobs to community college, a bachelor's degree at the University of Washington, and--eventually--to graduate school at Harvard.
Assamagan has dedicated his career to developing detectors and software to explore still-uncharted areas of particle physics.
Diggs was a 2004 Black Engineer of the Year Award winner in the "Promising Scientist in Government" category. He was also named one of the 50 Most Important Blacks in Research Science in 2004 byScience Spectrum magazine.
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