Results could help designers engineer high-temperature superconductors and quantum computing devices.
Cornell University’s Paul McEuen will inaugurate series to honor beloved MIT professor.
MIT Professor Frances Ross is pioneering new techniques to study materials growth and how structure relates to performance.
MIT researchers have demonstrated that a tungsten ditelluride-based transistor combines two different electronic states of matter.
Efficient method for making single-atom-thick, wafer-scale materials opens up opportunities in flexible electronics.
Summer Scholar Jennifer Coulter works on computer simulations with associate professor of materials science Alfredo Alexander-Katz.
Four new projects and one renewal receive $150,000 in funding for 2016-2017.
Method to stack hundreds of nanoscale layers could open new vistas in materials science.
Some “forbidden” light emissions are in fact possible, could enable new sensors and light-emitting devices.
By slowing down light to a speed slower than flowing electrons, researchers create a kind of optical “sonic boom.”