Novel batteries are the first to use water-splitting technology at their core.
Microhydraulic actuators, thinner than one-third the width of human hair, are proving to be the most powerful and efficient motors at the microscale.
Lincoln Laboratory researchers propose an alternative to expensive microfluidics fabrication facilities.
In student energy seminar, Professor Rajeev Ram illustrates engineering solutions to energy issues.
MIT researchers develop the smallest indium gallium arsenide transistor ever built.
As small as a penny, these thrusters run on jets of ion beams.
The Center for Polymer Microfabrication designs manufacturing processes for a new generation of diagnostic tools.
Research could affect U.S. manufacturing indirectly, by helping introduce products difficult to build elsewhere, and directly, by reducing production costs.