Larry Page is the Co-Founder and President (Products) of Google, a public company focused on search services. At Stanford, Page and Sergey Brin developed PageRank, a project that became Google, in 1998. He is also a Member of the National Advisory Committee (NAC) for the University of Michigan's College of Engineering and was elected to the National Academy of Engineering in 2004. Page was honoured with the Marconi Prize in 2004 and is a trustee on the Board of the X Prize. He has received numerous awards in the technology industry and is a featured speaker at many international academic, business and technology forums. Page has a BSc (with Honours) in Engineering from the University of Michigan and an MSc from Stanford University.