Each year Technology Review honors 35 innovators under 35 who are tackling important problems in transformative ways.
Candidates come from around the globe, some from regional TR35 competitions run by TR’s international editions.
Read how we chose the 2011 winners.
Humanitarian of the Year
Networking patients to combat chronic diseases
2011 TR35 Winners
Robots that learn from people
Software that can’t crash
Speeding up simulations of complex objects
Cheaper satellite pictures
A common language for robots
Teaching computers to classify music
Guaranteeing cloud security
Converting paper records to digital in real time
Synthesizing 3-D models from 2-D photographs
Software that can be localized to teach taboo topics
Creating movie-quality graphics in real time