TR35 member Mikhail Shapiro explains why he wants to develop better interfaces for the brain.
Michelle Povinelli, a member of the 2010 TR35, explains how a fuller understanding of light’s fundamental physics can lead to better designs for telecommunications devices and solar cells.
Software that gives users more control of a camera could revolutionize photography.
A new touchscreen charging station is programmable and can use input from both users and utilities to get better electricity prices.
Microsoft's new toy allows for a more seamless walk down an online avenue.
A federal investigation finds conflicting test results and false marketing claims.
Using a new molecule-flattening technique, researchers at Harvard can track small objects, such as these DNA molecules, under a fluorescence microscope.
Co-founder and and Vice President Darren Link demonstrates RainDance's microfluidics technology.
Intel researchers and a University of Washington graduate student demonstrate how a depth-sensing camera and palm-top projector turn an ordinary work surface into an interactive one. The researchers demoed the system, dubbed Oasis, at the ninth annual Intel Research Day, held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA.