Pretty much no one likes to listen to a PowerPoint presentation. So why are you still making them?
Oliver Tao was in elementary school in China when he first started trying to take apart computers and hack online games. Now, he uses his love of computers and his skills in pharmaceutical science to help drug companies design new medicines.
Winston Frazer learned it is not uncommon for soldiers and cops to remove their body armor, or simply not wear it regularly, because it is uncomfortable and unwieldy. It's a problem he thought his company’s 3D printing technology could help solve.
What if the uniforms worn by American soldiers could prevent them from getting badly injured by a fire, or from getting bitten by bugs that may carry disease? That kind of question drives Keturah Postell in her work, each day.
You probably own a T-shirt that was made using screen printing. But did you know meat products could be made with the same process?
Olympic athletes will do almost anything to gain a competitive edge. So what if it could be as simple as wearing a piece of clothing?