Vice President for Campus Services and Stewardship Joe Higgins describes how MIT is tackling its Fast Forward campus carbon-reduction goals
The findings could inform the design of practical superconducting devices.
“Carbon Queen” explores how the Institute Professor transformed our understanding of the physical world and made science and engineering more accessible to all.
With special treatment, minerals called zeolites — commonly found in cat litter — can efficiently remove the greenhouse gas from the air, researchers report.
Over 50 years at MIT, Dresselhaus made lasting contributions to materials science within the research group of longtime collaborator and wife, Mildred Dresselhaus.
Researchers observe a “warming bias” over the past 66 million years that may return if ice sheets disappear.
New findings might help inform the design of more powerful MRI machines or robust quantum computers.
The new carbon-based material could be a basis for lighter, tougher alternatives to Kevlar and steel.
Work on three graphene-based devices may yield new insights into superconductivity.
SuperUROP scholars apply deep learning to improve accuracy of climate models, profitably match computers in the cloud with customers, and more.