Virtual conference gathered students, faculty, and industry partners to explore the future of microsystems and nanotechnology.
Q&A: Climate Grand Challenges finalists on accelerating reductions in global greenhouse gas emissions
Faculty leaders describe their efforts to develop potentially game-changing tools.
The protein subunit vaccine, which can be manufactured using engineered yeast, has shown promise in preclinical studies.
Chemical engineers use neural networks to discover the properties of metal-organic frameworks, for catalysis and other applications.
The annual event aims to realize the promise of "new normal" education through community and technology.
The material could replace rare metals and lead to more economical production of carbon-neutral fuels.
A new analysis offers guidance on the size of nanoparticles that could be most effective at stopping internal bleeding.
Heather Kulik embraces computer models as “the only way to make a dent” in the vast number of potential materials that could solve important problems.
Through MIT’s Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, students explore research topics relevant to their own interests, the MCSC, and member companies.