An MIT grad student can find and even change memories in a mouse’s brain.
Innovators Under 35: John Dabiri, Professor of Aeronautics and Bioengineering, California Institute of Technology
How is a wind farm like a school of fish?
What if we could build a nuclear reactor that costs half as much, consumes nuclear waste, and will never melt down?
Open-source software is making it nearly as easy to program a robot as it is to write an app.
Daniela Schiller, Associate Professor, Mount Sinai Hospital on groundbreaking research on memory, and whether we might enable us to block highly traumatic memories.
Ben Milne, CEO and Founder, Dwolla
Marco Tempest's blend of technology and illusion highlights the importance of questioning reality to create the future.
Lowering the cost of basic biological research.
Innovators Under 35: Evans Wadongo, Chairman and Executive Director, Sustainable Development for All–Kenya
Growing up in Kenya, he strained to read by the dim light of a kerosene lantern. Now he’s making solar-charged lanterns and using them to spur economic development.
Inspired by the courage of his younger brother, MC10’s cofounder is finding ways to create novel electronic devices that improve human health.