Can we cheaply convert carbon dioxide into something useful?
Simple devices allow consumers to cheaply and easily monitor India’s rickety power grid.
An expert on wireless technology figures out how to power devices without batteries.
This watch could finally get your blood pressure under control.
Finding more powerful ways to manipulate and interact with digital data.
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Patching holes in the hearts of sick infants.
Carnivorous plant inspires solution to “sticky” problems.
Here’s how you can use Wi-Fi to track people moving around in other rooms.
The CEO of a solar startup hopes you never see his product.
Electronic blocks that link with one another also connect art and engineering.
Guiding your life using the power of big data.
The founder of Box wants to reconfigure the way we work.
SoundCloud is changing how music gets made.
If you can make virtual reality affordable for consumers, things fall into place.
There aren’t enough data scientists to go around—unless you automate them.
The former CTO of Facebook is reimagining the word processor.
Crucial information about disease outbreaks can be gleaned earlier.
A novel approach to learning languages is making the Web more accessible.
A financial innovator is crafting a way for foundations to invest in clean energy.
Frustration with waiting for computers to learn things inspired a better approach.
Imaginative inventions liberate science from the ivory tower.
This MIT engineering professor is turning robots into ideal colleagues for humans.
A USC professor who studies climate and pollution influences policy in California.
A novel way to get data off paper records and into the digital age.
Inexpensive boxes could help bring mobile coverage to the billion people who lack it.
An online reporting system encourages crime victims and witnesses to speak up.
More precise knowledge of the bacteria in our guts could lead to better-targeted treatments for chronic conditions.
Brain-inspired chips could mean better computer processing and neural implants.
Heart on a chip paves the way for personalized cardiac medicines.
Using control theory to build better interfaces to the brain.
Identifying how the connections between regions of the brain contribute to anxiety.
A high-resolution interface reveals the brain storms of people suffering seizures.
A systematic search discovered nanoparticles that could improve drug delivery.
Cheaper and more powerful batteries could help reduce China’s deadly air pollution.
Electronic gels could lead to sensors and batteries that are more like biological tissue.