Head of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Group at MIT's Sloan School, he is renowned for his work on the nature and economics of distributed and open innovation.
Nationally recognized for her leadership in women's health, focusing on policy, research, and clinical care and how that tripartite mission can offer better access and quality of care for all women.
Award-winning playwright who uses her Cuban-American heritage as a backdrop for dramas that address timeless and universal questions of humanity.
Tod Murphy, organic farmer and businessman who is building the Farmer's Diner in Barre, Vermont, discusses his plans to make it a national model for economically viable and environmentally sound restaurants that support local family farms.
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Best known for his business leadership, public service, and proposals to fix Social Security, he has wide-ranging intellectual interests that also include an exploration of autism.
Professor of physics at Harvard University, she conducts research that focuses on string theory and the idea that there are multiple dimensions in space.
A MacArthur Fellow and mechanical engineer who creates elegantly simple, life-enhancing solutions and laborsaving technologies for the developing world.
A renowned anesthesiologist and pioneer in the field of tissue engineering who has discovered ways of rebuilding body parts from a single batch of cells.
A PhD candidate at MIT, he and his team developed an innovative robotic device that will improve needle biopsy procedures, decreasing the risk of complications.
Prominent physician and advocate who challenges the way we think about health care by emphasizing prevention and developing programs to promote school readiness and to ensure that families' basic needs are met.