There’s no telling how - or where - innovative ideas will live on. Here are stories that follow a few to their surprising results.
Discover the secret that supports the vision of creative architects like Frank Gehry.
3M systems have helped Syrian refugees find their families, food and medicine.
A growing city needs power. And space is precious.
A monitor powered through Ethernet. No other outlets required.
See high-tech materials transform into beautiful home lighting.
Innovation means taking more chances. At least 15% more.
Libraries are adapting to new digital media. Here’s how we’re helping.
A better way to test helps food suppliers feed people safely every day.
We're looking forward to a future when less vaccine can help more people.
3M and IBM are making computer chips more powerful than ever.
Burton and 3M team up for high-performance snowboarding gear.
Next-generation surfacing and bonding materials bring innovation to the skies.
3M's passion for innovation is by design.
Reducing the cost barrier makes the choice for renewable energy an easy one.
How can you innovate a bandage?
Respirators combine affordability with breakthrough performance.
One technology, multiple industries.
Unique chemistry protects both devices and memorable treasures alike.
Optical films know no boundaries, from bright screens to snazzy credit cards.
Versatile application of science yields acoustic and thermal benefits.
In a culture of curiosity, ideas come from just about anywhere, even from a giraffe.
Same problem, different industry…dentists and vehicle repair garage workers turn to 3M.
New 3M technology brings natural, efficient sunlight indoors.