Lincoln Laboratory leads a large-scale measurement campaign in New York City to improve air dispersion models and emergency protocols.
The advanced research and prototyping facility will yield complex, integrated microelectronic components to enable scientific discovery and solve national security challenges.
In the intensity of basic training, a smartwatch-based system warns recruits when they are at risk of heat injury.
John L. "Jack" Swigert, Jr. Award for Space Exploration honors project team’s success harvesting a sample from asteroid Bennu.
MIT Energy Initiative edX course asks students to rethink how we operate power systems.
Using ultrathin materials to reduce the size of superconducting qubits may pave the way for personal-sized quantum devices.
Catalog of planet candidates nearly doubles in size during 2020-21.
A life-detecting radar, a microscale motor, and a quantum network architecture are among this year's most innovative new technologies.
Faculty, staff, and alumni recognized for outstanding contributions to physics research, education, and policy.
Over 50 years at MIT, Dresselhaus made lasting contributions to materials science within the research group of longtime collaborator and wife, Mildred Dresselhaus.
A cyber systems expert at Lincoln Laboratory, Okhravi will help investigate bold solutions to fundamental cyber vulnerabilities.
Humans find AI to be a frustrating teammate when playing a cooperative game together, posing challenges for "teaming intelligence," study shows.
Scientists employ an underused resource — radiology reports that accompany medical images — to improve the interpretive abilities of machine learning algorithms.