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  • TR35: Jorge Conde

    Jorge Conde, co-founder and CEO of Knome, describes what you can learn from your genome and demonstrates the company’s unique browser for surfing the genome.

  • TR35: Andrew Perlman

    Andrew Perlman describes a process for converting coal into natural gas, as well as other energy-related projects he’s working on.

  • TR35: Jeffrey Bigham

    Jeff Bigham of the University of Washington demonstrates WebAnywhere, which allows the visually impaired to use a Web browser on public terminals without the need to install or configure special accessibility software.

  • TR35: Cody Friesen

    Cody Friesen, an associate professor of materials science at Arizona State University, explains his new battery design.

  • TR35: Pranav Mistry

    Pranav Mistry, a graduate student at MIT, explains how his new wearable device, SixthSense, enhances the real world with digital information.

  • TR35: Michelle Khine

    Michelle Khine, a biomedical engineer at University of California, Irvine, explains how she uses children’s toys to make high-tech diagnostic chips.

  • TR35: Shahram Izadi

    Microsoft researcher Shahram Izadi explains the benefits of using touch in computing technology. Here, he discusses–and demonstrates–a new way of interacting with digital information on a touch screen.

  • Making Video as Easy to Edit as Text

    Mozilla’s Chris Blizzard and Mark Surman demonstrate a novel insertion of Twitter feeds into real-time video streams and discuss how open-source video tools will make such innovation easy.

  • TR35: José Gómez-Márquez

    Jose Gomez-Marquez, program director for the Innovations in International Health program at MIT, demonstrates some of the medical technologies he is developing for use in countries such as Nicaragua.


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