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The Man Who Reroutes The World Using Geometry
John Gunnar Carlsson is one of the 10 most brilliant people of 2016
The Man Who Powers Devices With Wi-Fi
Shyam Gollakota is one of the 10 most brilliant people of 2016
The Man Who Smuggles Nanodrugs Past The Body’s Defenses
Liangfang Zhang is one of the 10 most brilliant people of 2016
This Wearable System Might Help Asthma Sufferers Avoid Attacks
Plus, it comes in red
Laser-Controlled And See-Through Brains Get Biomedical Prize
In addition to being scientifically important, Karl Deisseroth's research makes for some really cool-looking pictures
The Brilliant Ten: Nicole Abaid Studies Bats To Make Drones Smarter
Learning how bats avoid radar jamming could help scientists control huge swarms of robots.
The Brilliant Ten: Roxana Geambasu Exposes How Companies Use Your Data
She's also teaching the cloud to forget personal information.
The Brilliant Ten: Manu Prakash Brings Science To The Masses
He creates low-cost alternatives to high-tech research equipment.
The Brilliant Ten: Michael Habib Uncovers The Secrets Of Pterosaurs
His techniques reveal how these schoolbus-sized reptiles were able to fly, and could help engineers design better parachutes and hang gliders.
The Brilliant Ten: Katharina Ribbeck Makes Antibiotic Alternatives Out Of Mucus
Snot is way more sophisticated than people give it credit for.