On stage and in the lab, the opportunities for exploration are endless
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Working with marginalized communities.
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Exploring ancient worlds.
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Education changes the world.
Marc LombardoClick to view story
Advancing human rights and international development.
Kate Bruce-LockhartClick to view story
Caring for people at home and abroad.
Kate GentClick to view story
Making everyday electronics more energy-efficient.
Zheng-Hong LuClick to view story
Practicing nursing in a global context
Karine GodboutClick to view story
Targeting medical treatments
Molly ShoichetClick to view story
Sustaining cultures by preserving language.
Keren RiceClick to view story
Making computers useful for the people who need them most.
Ronald BaeckerClick to view story
Using the brain’s billions of neurons as a model for machine learning.
Geoffrey HintonClick to view story
Looking to the history of thought for the future of happiness.
Thomas HurkaClick to view story
Giving sight to the blind, healing the sick, reading the human mind.
Derek van der KooyClick to view story
A multidisciplinary state of mind.
Jack GrobeClick to view story
Here comes the sun, and the nanotechnology to harness it efficiently.
Ted SargentClick to view story
Shedding new light on a lost age.
Timothy HarrisonClick to view story
Steering cities' futures by fostering citizens' creativity.
Richard FloridaClick to view story
Defeating malevolent molecules through early detection.
Shana KelleyClick to view story
Shining a spotlight on Internet censorship.
Ron DeibertClick to view story
Giving voice to the voiceless.
Aakash Sahney and Alexander LevyClick to view story
Micro solutions for macro challenges.
Elizabeth EdwardsClick to view story
Bringing the breath of life to the developing world.
Beverly BradleyClick to view story
Adding physical weight to digital items.
Anand AgarawalaClick to view story
Eyeing the weather for hundreds of millions of years
Richard PeltierClick to view story
An unconventional academic builds a world-class business school.
Roger MartinClick to view story
Making us better by remaking the way we eat.
David JenkinsClick to view story
Making music to soothe the fears of people around the world.
Ben KimClick to view story
Helping the world from lab to village.
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My university days were among the most challenging of my adult life... exciting studies in Computer science, Logic and Linguistics gave me a new perspective on the infinite possibilities of the mind.
Posted by David Nurse
April 17, 2010
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