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Exploring ancient worlds.
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Education changes the world.
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Making everyday electronics more energy-efficient.
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Sustaining cultures by preserving language.
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Making computers useful for the people who need them most.
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Using the brain’s billions of neurons as a model for machine learning.
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Looking to the history of thought for the future of happiness.
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Giving sight to the blind, healing the sick, reading the human mind.
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A multidisciplinary state of mind.
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Here comes the sun, and the nanotechnology to harness it efficiently.
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Shedding new light on a lost age.
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Steering cities' futures by fostering citizens' creativity.
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Defeating malevolent molecules through early detection.
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Shining a spotlight on Internet censorship.
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Giving voice to the voiceless.
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Micro solutions for macro challenges.
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Bringing the breath of life to the developing world.
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Adding physical weight to digital items.
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Eyeing the weather for hundreds of millions of years
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An unconventional academic builds a world-class business school.
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Making us better by remaking the way we eat.
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Making music to soothe the fears of people around the world.
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Helping the world from lab to village.
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November 3, 2009
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