Let’s invent something together. Every day, Mozilla Research engineers tackle the most challenging problems on the web platform. All our promising solutions are developed in open communities, so we can build the Internet of the future together.
Build virtual and augmented reality applications for headsets and browsers.
- Learn about Mixed Reality
Tomorrow’s media codecs and formats should be scalable, web-friendly and open to all.
- Visit Alliance for Open Media
Speech & Machine Learning
This speech-to-text engine uses deep learning techniques to improve accuracy.
- Read about Speech & Machine Learning
Get speed, parallelism, and safety in this modern systems programming language.
- Learn about Rust
This modern browser engine, written in Rust, takes advantage of parallel-processing hardware.
- Learn about Servo engines
- Learn about WebAssembly
How to Get Involved
Join us. We’re looking for talented folks to join our Emerging Technologies team. You’ll work on projects with potential to turn into end-user products – and make the web a better place.
Mozilla gives out over $500,000 a year to support academic research worldwide on topics including virtual reality, computing ethics, accessibility and open data. Interested? Learn more about our fall and spring deadlines.
Interested in getting support for your research conference or developer conference? We’d like to help. Read through our guidelines, and apply for a conference sponsorship. Learn more.
Join us for a three-month internship. We accept applications from graduate students in the fall for the following summer. Visit Mozilla’s Careers page to see available internships.
We welcome Visiting Scientists, Developers, Engineers, Artists and others to work with us on research experiments and independent projects. Get in touch with a Mozilla team member to learn more.
MDN Web Docs relies on contributions from volunteer editors and translators to make this open knowledge repository the best it can be. Want to dig deep into web APIs? This is the place. To find out how to join the MDN volunteer community, visit MDN’s Getting Started page.