Nuclear Science and Engineering
Technique will enable continuous measurement of damage to materials in high-radiation environments.
Newly-appointed Assistant Professor Zach Hartwig's mission is to use nuclear technology to benefit society and the environment.
Sophomore researches fusion energy and promotes STEM opportunities for young women.
Exelon Generation funding for the MIT Center for Advanced Nuclear Energy Systems could transform the performance of the fuel cladding in light water reactors.
MIT student is part of an elite crew of licensed nuclear reactor operators.
Nuclear Science and Engineering Expo provides an opportunity for prospective grad students and the MIT community to learn about department research.
MIT's newest faculty bring a wide array of energy interests and developments to the Institute.
Longtime Nuclear Research Lab director made advances in nuclear and condensed-matter physics, nuclear materials, reactor technology, and nuclear medicine.