Inaugural award goes to MIT condensed matter theory professors of physics.
Professors Arup Chakraborty, Lina Necib, and Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz as well as Yuan Cao SM ’16, PhD ’20; Alina Kononov ’14; Elliott H. Lieb ’53; Haocun Yu PhD ’20; and others honored for contributions to physics.
Digital twins to expand training capabilities through virtual reality.
MIT researchers find that changing the pH of a system solves a decades-old problem.
The materials’ stiffness increases up to 40 percent, in a reversible effect, the researchers report in a study that also explains the phenomenon's atomic origins.
The MIT professor's work could enable long-term storage of renewable energy.
New understanding of metal electrolysis could help optimize production of metals like lithium and iron.
MIT’s LEAP at MIT.nano is the first in a network to advance manufacturing for the state.
Discovery shows for the first time that multiferroic properties can exist in a two-dimensional material; could lead to more efficient magnetic memory devices.
With many devices depending on the motion of ions, light could be used as a switch to turn ion motion on and off.
New work on superconducting kagome metal will aid design of other unusual quantum materials, with many potential applications.
Over 50 years at MIT, Dresselhaus made lasting contributions to materials science within the research group of longtime collaborator and wife, Mildred Dresselhaus.
Ultrastable and made of inexpensive, nontoxic elements, chalcogenide perovskites could find applications in solar cells, lighting, and more.