By creating maps of the body's complex molecular interactions, Trey Ideker is providing new ways to find drugs.
By teaching silicon new tricks, John Rogers is reinventing the way we use electronics.
Can't all our wireless gadgets just get along? It's a question that Dipankar Raychaudhuri is trying to answer.
Measuring the tiny forces acting on cells, Subra Suresh believes, could produce fresh understanding of diseases.
Leading the development of a privacy-protecting online ID system, Scott Cantor is hoping for a safer Internet.
Kelvin Lim is using a new brain-imaging method to understand schizophrenia.
Hoping to resolve the embryonic-stem-cell debate, Markus Grompe envisions a more ethical way to derive the cells.
To avoid future wireless traffic jams, Heather "Haitao" Zheng is finding ways to exploit unused radio spectrum.
Alexander Olek has developed tests to detect cancer early by measuring its subtle DNA changes.
James Baker designs nanoparticles to guide drugs directly into cancer cells, which could lead to far safer treatments.