The work demonstrates control over key properties leading to better performance.
The LIRAS technique could speed up the development of acoustic lenses, impact-resistant films, and other futuristic materials.
A newly discovered type of electronic behavior could help with packing more data into magnetic memory devices.
Staff share nano experience — and ice cream — with their families.
Director and MIT Professor Jay Scheib’s production, at the Bayreuth Festival in Germany, features an apocalyptic theme and augmented reality headsets for the audience.
The founders of MIT spinout Active Surfaces describe their thin-film solar technology and their experience winning this year’s $100K.
Researchers discover how to control the anomalous Hall effect and Berry curvature to create flexible quantum magnets for use in computers, robotics, and sensors.
The disorganized arrangement of the proteins in light-harvesting complexes is the key to their extreme efficiency.
All together, a core group of MIT.nano staffers has more than 400 years of technical experience in nanoscale characterization and fabrication.
Over the course of four days, Indigenous delegates collaborated on immersive technology with MIT community members.