Developed at SMART, the nondestructive nanosensors could have wide applications in agricultural science.
Vishnu Jayaprakash SM '19, PhD '22 won for the AgZen-Cloak, an invention that makes pesticides stick to crops, minimizing pollution and water waste.
System could reclaim pure water from power plant cooling towers; at-scale prototypes tested on MIT facilities have proven effective.
Fabrication technique will enable SkyWater Technology to manufacture a range of electronics that can withstand harsh radiation environments.
MIT startup Inkbit is overcoming traditional constraints to 3-D printing by giving its machines “eyes and brains.”
Putting limits on foreign students or technical publications would be counterproductive, write Deutch and Condoleezza Rice.
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