Tim Berners-Lee Biography
Sir Timothy John Berners-Lee (b. 8 June 1955), inventor of the World Wide Web, is currently the director of the World Wide Web Consortium, the coordinating body for Web development, and he occupies the 3Com Founders chair at the MIT Laboratory for Computer Science. Recipient of numerous awards, he was presented with the distinguished MacArthur Fellowship in 1998. In 2004 he was given the rank of Knight Commander, the second-highest rank in the Order of the British Empire, by Queen Elizabeth II.
Berners-Lee was born in London, U.K. to mathmatician parents. He graduated with a degree in physics from Queen's College, Oxford in 1976. He resides in Lexinton, Massachusetts with his wife, Nancy Carlson, and their two children, Alice and Ben.
This biography was last updated on 02/11/2009.
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