The discovery could help researchers engineer exotic electrical states such as unconventional superconductivity.
Chemical engineers use neural networks to discover the properties of metal-organic frameworks, for catalysis and other applications.
A method for stabilizing the interfaces in solid-state lithium-ion batteries opens new possibilities.
Discovery shows for the first time that multiferroic properties can exist in a two-dimensional material; could lead to more efficient magnetic memory devices.
Senior Heidi Li strives to help local communities understand how they can influence policymaking to achieve a more sustainable future.
The material could pave the way for sustainable plastics.
With many devices depending on the motion of ions, light could be used as a switch to turn ion motion on and off.
Thermal span in a layered compound promises applications in next-generation electrical switches and nonvolatile memory.
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.
The sticky patch could be quickly applied to repair gut leaks and tears.