More stable clocks could measure quantum phenomena, including the presence of dark matter.
The new sensor measures heart and breathing rate from patients with sleep apnea and could also be used to monitor people at risk of opioid overdose.
Seed projects, posters represent a wide range of labs working on technologies, therapeutic strategies, and fundamental research to advance understanding of age-related neurodegenerative disease.
The LIRAS technique could speed up the development of acoustic lenses, impact-resistant films, and other futuristic materials.
Thirteen new graduate student fellows will pursue exciting new paths of knowledge and discovery.
A newly identified process could explain a variety of natural phenomena and enable new approaches to desalination.
Actuating grafts appears to turn on cell signals related to the growth of new blood vessels and nerves, a promising finding for restoring mobility in muscle lost through disease or trauma.
At MIT, a driving force in the chip-making industry discusses the rise of TSMC and Taiwan as a manufacturing center.
Placing solutions in the cloud but learning with boots on the ground, GEAR Lab researchers build low-cost, solar-powered irrigation tools to make precision agriculture more accessible.
James Fujimoto, Eric Swanson, and David Huang are recognized for their technique to rapidly detect diseases of the eye; Subra Suresh is honored for his commitment to research and collaboration across borders.