They’re building the technologies of the future, from stretchy electronics to new ways to test cancer drugs.
His method makes it possible to test 300 drugs at once.
Her filtration system could eliminate much of the energy used in industrial separation processes.
Medical images are so detailed it can be hard to decipher them. Her program can spot what people can’t.
An earthquake led her to invent a blend of analog and digital technologies for use when networks are down.
Hearing loss in humans has always been irreversible. His innovation may change that.
His computer chips mimic the workings of the human brain.
Making off-the-shelf electronics stretchable.
Her innovations could make better, cheaper alternatives to silicon solar cells.
Collected from MIT Technology Review