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At his startup’s headquarters in New York, Avi Muchnick, a 2010 TR35 member, explains where the inspiration for his online multimedia editing suite, Aviary, came from, and how people can use it to share work.
A giant sphere at the University of California Santa Barbara visualizes science data in 3D, from brain scans to new molecules.
Timothy Lu, a 2010 TR35 member, demonstrates at his lab in Boston how he is using the tools of synthetic biology to wipe out the bacterial goo that can plague humans and infest industrial equipment.
Jason Pontin, Technology Review’s Editor in Chief and Publisher, explains how and why we choose our young leaders.
Kati London, named to the 2010 TR35, explains how she designs games that incorporate real-world data to educate players at Area/Code’s offices in New York.
David Kobia, the 2010 TR35 Humanitarian of the Year, explains how Ushahidi grew from a single blog post to a sophisticated online platform that can manage crises around the world.
Aaron Dollar, a 2010 TR35 member, demonstrates in his lab at Yale University how he makes inexpensive and flexible plastic hands that robots can use to grasp a wide range of objects.