Charles Kettering's electric starter eliminated a major driving annoyance.
The young innovators selected for the TR100 in years past have are making an impact.
Tools and materials from the nano world are making headway in electronics, sensors, medical devices, and diagnostics
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Researchers are tearing down the wall between the life sciences and information technology
Technology Review presents its fourth class of 100 remarkable innovators under 35 who are transforming technologyand the world.
Successful innovators don't believe hypebut they don't ignore it, either.
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