Vice President, Science & Testing
Dr. Timur Senguen received his BA in Biochemistry from Kenyon College and went on to complete Master's and Doctoral degrees in Chemistry at the University of Rochester, specializing in the study of proteins believed to be involved in Alzheimer's disease. After a brief stint at the Boston Biomedical Research Institute, where he focused on a particular form of heart disease, he took the position of VP of Science & Testing at Reviewed.com. He oversees all testing procedures, and continuously works on improving testing as well as scoring methodologies.
Articles and Reviews by Timur Senguen
DaVinci is the Budget 3D Printer Everyone's Been Waiting For
January 10, 2014 – XYZ's affordable 3D printer that runs with the big boys
Robox Takes the 3D Printer Crown
January 09, 2014 – Start-up CEL outshines the established brands through innovation and open thinking.
Voxx & Eyelock's "Myris" May Herald New Era in Cyber Security
January 07, 2014 – Log into secure websites using only your eyes.
MakerBot Assembles New 3D Printers, Software Suite
January 07, 2014 – MakerBot has your 3D printing needs covered, from small prototypes to industrial manufacturing.
Touch Screens That Touch Back
January 07, 2014 – Remember the simple joys of haptic feedback? Novasentis does.
Sharp Is Splitting the Pixel to Bridge the HD–4K Gap
January 07, 2014 – Sharp hopes to ease consumers into 4K by providing a seamless transition.
The Perfect Drink is Exactly What You Think It Is
January 07, 2014 – "Be a bartending superhero!"
Sculpteo Unlocks Mass Production for the Little Guy
January 06, 2014 – 3D printing goes industrial.
Plucky Startups Are Driving Innovation in 3D Printing
January 06, 2014 – 3D printing tech is still in its infancy, but some startups are already looking to shake things up.
Crock-Pot Goes Smart With the Belkin WeMo Module
January 05, 2014 – Cook slow, stay smart
Everything You Need to Know About 3D Printing at CES 2014
January 05, 2014 – We separate the innovators from the replicators.
Staying Safe After Thanksgiving: How Good Leftovers Go Bad
November 15, 2013 – Why leftovers spoil, and how to extend the lifetime of your turkey scraps.
The Tastiest Reactions: Cooking Chemistry
November 12, 2013 – Chemically speaking, food is very complex. This article outlines the types of reactions that occur during the cooking of meats.
Nature's Nano-Machines: Enzymatic Detergents
November 01, 2013 – Look at any dish detergent, and it'll probably boast its ability to "cut through grease." To dispose of grease and oil, detergents use surfactants—chemicals that make oil and wa...
Blood, Sweat, and Cocoa: How We Test Washing Machines
October 25, 2013 – You've probably never had blood, sweat, cocoa, wine, and motor oil on your clothes at the same time—unless you happened to be present at the [1988 Nakatomi Christmas party](http...
The 10 Hottest Spec Sheets From IFA 2013
September 08, 2013 – These are the 10 products that got us the most hot and bothered at IFA 2013.
Haier’s Concept Fridge Grows a Nose, Tells You When Food Goes Bad
September 07, 2013 – Haier's concept fridge features an olfactory sensor.
From Solar Cells to Electric Cars: the TecWatch Roundup
September 07, 2013 – Highlights from IFA's emerging technology zone
Pearl's newest 3D printer is the brainchild of the German Tony Stark
September 06, 2013 – Pearls newest 3D printer offering, designed by Luigi Colani, looks great, has promise.
Lenovo's Power Bridge Technology: Infinite Continuous Use?
September 06, 2013 – Lenovo's power bridge technology allows you to swap out batteries without turning off your laptop.