In a residency supported by the Department of Energy, the MIT PhD candidate will explore the high-field side of the DIII-D tokamak.
Searchable tool reveals more than 90,000 known materials with electronic properties that remain unperturbed in the face of disruption.
MIT students and postdocs advocate for increased federal support of scientific research on Capitol Hill
Students and postdocs from MIT's Science Policy Initiative meet with lawmakers on science-engineering-technology Congressional Visit Days 2022.
New understanding of metal electrolysis could help optimize production of metals like lithium and iron.
New technology could help generate hydrogen and chemical industry ingredients.
An art-science collaboration tests the limits of visual technologies.
The design could someday enable a fully decarbonized power grid, researchers say.
An MIT team incorporates AI to facilitate the detection of an intriguing materials phenomenon that can lead to electronics without energy dissipation.
Chemical engineers use neural networks to discover the properties of metal-organic frameworks, for catalysis and other applications.
A new machine-learning technique could pinpoint potential power grid failures or cascading traffic bottlenecks in real time.
Discovery shows for the first time that multiferroic properties can exist in a two-dimensional material; could lead to more efficient magnetic memory devices.