Nuclear Science and Engineering
MIT’s historic graphite exponential pile has been restored as a tool for education and research.
Theoretical analysis uncovers new mechanisms in plasma turbulence.
Nuclear Systems Design class immerses students in the design and communications skills needed to produce innovations.
Prize winners span six departments in the schools of Science and Engineering.
Adding bits of irradiated plastic water bottles could cut cement industry’s carbon emissions.
Ahrens, Rathbun, Silmore, and Wei are recognized for tackling complex science and engineering problems of national importance.
Nuclear science and engineering graduate student receives Department of Energy Innovation Award for his work on plasma turbulence.
New program eases access to the MIT Reactor for MIT faculty and research staff.
Harnessing these imperfections could have implications for computer memory and energy conversion.
Assistant professor of nuclear science and engineering leads projects for developing accident-tolerant fuel and optimizing nuclear energy technology.