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University of Illinois professor, William Sanders, leads a team in the fight against cyber attacks on the Nation’s critical systems.
William Sanders love of science began during the Apollo missions and evolved into protecting the Nation’s power systems.
Professor Auroop Ganguly considers the effects of climate change and population growth on future water resources.
Auroop Ganguly, who developed a computer model to predict future water availability, answers 10 questions related to his life as a scientist.
Yogesh Joglekar conducts theoretical research while mentoring high school and undergraduate students, resulting in published, original studies.
Vipin Kumar and his team take a new approach to understand impacts of climate change.
Compiling data from multiple sources results in a better grasp on the potential effects of climate change.
Genetic research has emerged as a powerful tool in understanding diseases today.
David Reich’s research in genetics finds major population mixing in human history.
David Ferrucci’s passion for science and ideas of artificial intelligence began in high school.
David Ferrucci talks about the passion of scientists and more.
Social scientist Scott Page studies complex systems to help make sense of the world we live in.
Scott Aaronson seeks to illuminate what can, and can't, be done in computation according to the laws of physics.
What can, and can't, be done in computation according to the laws of physics.
Economist Paul Milgrom on the surprisingly practical applications of his economic theories and his favorite music (it’s all in the family).
Economist Paul Milgrom on the surprisingly practical applications of his economic theories.