22 Jul 2021

Dan Rembold’s problem-solving skills put him on the road to cancer recovery

Dan Rembold had 72 hours to live. And he didn't know it yet. After a battery of tests, doctors identified his mysterious illness: an aggressive blood cancer. A tough treatment saved his life. Now he's planning to cycle across the United States to raise awareness about cancer research.

04 Aug 2020

The art of persistence

Xiaolin sees networks everywhere. They’re in everything from smart electric grids to the connectivity that makes our modern homes, offices, factories, hospitals and vehicles possible. As a technical leader, Xiaolin has made significant contributions to data networks. But she also focuses on strengthening a network of women engineers whom she has mentored and coached.

30 Jun 2020

Powering a brighter future across Haiti

Jake Smith’s solar-powered solutions have brought electricity to homes, clinics and community centers in rural Haiti.

05 May 2020

Software, supplies and support: How we are caring for our communities during COVID-19

From developing contact-free digital passes in the Philippines to donating and distributing medical supplies in Mexico and Germany to meeting the food demand in India and the United States, TIers are volunteering to support COVID-19 relief efforts across the globe.

14 Apr 2020

Adapting to a digital workplace: ‘We have a problem-solving attitude’

Matt Hein sits at the kitchen table on a work call and reading emails with his 3-month-old son on his lap. Today’s digital workplace is a new reality for many around the world. Matt and many other TI employees have found ways to adapt and succeed in a world that’s ever-changing.

07 Apr 2020

How 3D printing is helping the fight against COVID-19

Engineers, hobbyists, DIYers and others are joining a growing movement worldwide to utilize 3D printing to produce medical gear and supplies amid growing shortages as the COVID-19 pandemic strains global supply.

24 Feb 2020

Rich and Mary Templeton give $51 million to transform engineering at Union College and recruit more women to tech careers

Inspired by TI’s founders, who established a company-wide tradition of giving back, Rich and Mary Templeton have given $51 million to their alma mater, Union College, to transform its engineering and liberal arts programs and help recruit more women into technology careers.

19 Sep 2017

How two engineers used problem solving to turn a terminal diagnosis into hope for their son and countless others

Everything changed for TI engineers Matt and Gina Hann when they were told to prepare for the end of their son’s life. They decided to approach the situation as a problem to be solved, and pored over research to slow the progression of his disease, search for hope, and work toward a cure.