Once a struggling college student, Michael Kroko managed to overcome lifelong obstacles in learning, enabling him to design and pioneer some of the technology that’s critical to making most of today’s innovations possible, including cameras, cell phones and even the Mars rover.
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He creates the technology that makes technological miracles possible.
“My basic motivation was to really see if I could conquer the physical universe. And that’s where the fun comes in—you get to experiment.”
“What makes me come to work every day is a good challenge.”
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