The design could lead to conformable wearable monitors to track skin cancer and other conditions.
How 3D-printed models of neuronal axons could accelerate development of new therapies to treat neurodegenerative disorders.
MIT offers first courses on the platform, which aims to serve cutting-edge manufacturing education to more Americans.
The new carbon-based material could be a basis for lighter, tougher alternatives to Kevlar and steel.
First experimental evidence of spin excitations in an atomically thin material helps answer 30-year-old questions, could lead to better medical diagnostics and more.
FIB-SEM is now available to researchers across the Institute for use in characterization, nanofabrication, and rapid prototyping.
Ranked at the top for the 10th straight year, the Institute also places first in 12 subject areas.
SMART findings allow a new way to control light emitting from materials.
Work on three graphene-based devices may yield new insights into superconductivity.