School of Science
Professors Noelle Selin and Anne White will co-chair the Climate Nucleus, charged with managing and implementing MIT’s new plan.
Vaccinating against certain proteins found on cancer cells could help to enhance the T cell response to tumors.
Researchers find RNA-guided enzymes are more diverse and widespread than previously believed.
New property in an ultrathin cousin of graphene could allow for much denser computer memory.
Instructor Yilin Wang and alumna Hong Wang PhD ’19 are honored by the Breakthrough Prize Foundation.
Record number of honorees will engage in the life of the Institute through teaching, research, and other interactions with the MIT community.
The results provide a blueprint for finding such systems in the universe’s quieter, emptier regions.
3D lithography tool will provide ultra-precise creation of complex 3D structures at the micro- and nanoscale.
This year’s projects address mobile evaporative vegetable preservation, portable water filtration, and dairy waste reduction.