Aeronautics and Astronautics
Branchlike metallic filaments can sap the power of solid-state lithium batteries. A new study explains how they form and how to divert them.
An experimental platform that puts moderation in the hands of its users shows that people do evaluate posts effectively and share their assessments with others.
As NASA launches Artemis I, MIT experts weigh in on the importance of the mission to future space exploration.
A technique that transforms the metals’ microscopic structure may enable energy-efficient 3D printing of blades for gas turbines or jet engines.
The first African American to receive tenure at MIT, Jones championed greater diversity and inclusion at the Institute and beyond.
MIT chemist designs novel molecules that could be used for quantum sensing and communication; visiting scholar Moriba Jah is also awarded, for work on space sustainability.
“The Hunt for Planet B” follows Seager and others on their search for extraterrestrial life; three other nominated films feature MIT affiliates.
Researchers created a system that lets robots effectively use grasped tools with the correct amount of force.
Honor recognizes top graduate students on course to change the face of the aerospace and defense industry.
Day and night, and across seasons, the instrument generates breathable oxygen from the Red Planet’s thin atmosphere.
Bridging careers in aerospace manufacturing and fusion energy, with a focus on intentional inclusion
Joy Dunn ’08 helps solve the world’s greatest climate challenges while creating an open and equitable working environment.
The distinguished professor of aeronautics and astronautics will continue to champion diversity in engineering in the new role.
Martin Luther King Jr. Visiting Professors and Scholars will enhance and enrich the MIT community through engagement with students and faculty.