System makes it easier to produce new molecules for myriad applications.
Chemical engineering graduate student was named a “machine-learning maestro” by the magazine.
Findings suggest mechanisms for the persistence of nasal polyps and possible new treatment strategies.
After retiring from teaching at MIT, Schrock looks toward “the next experiment,” remaining research-active while pursuing new endeavors.
New material reversibly changes its structure in response to different wavelengths of light.
Associate professor of chemical engineering talks about the future of biochemistry and the next generation of scientists and engineers.
Three MIT faculty members selected for funding from the G. Harold and Leila Y. Mathers Foundation.
Study reveals atomic structure of tropoelastin, showing what goes wrong in some diseases.
Researchers generate an intestinal cell mimic that can be harnessed in studies of diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease.
Ranked at the top for the seventh straight year, the Institute also places first in 12 of 48 disciplines.
Awardees will use grants to advance research in areas including energy storage, renewables expansion modeling, and the chemistry of electrocatalysts.
New technology could lead to development of novel “xenoprotein” drugs against infectious diseases.