P100 Profile: Tomas Soderstrom, NASA's JPL
Soderstrom describes some of the innovations coming from the lab
Computerworld - At the Premier 100 event in Phoenix this week, Johanna Ambrosio spoke with Tomas Soderstrom, IT CTO for NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) about some of the innovations coming from the lab, and how the group's internship program can often have innovation bubbling up from the bottom instead of coming down from the top.
Check out the complete list of 2012 honorees of the P100 event, which continues through today in Phoenix.
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