By analyzing enzyme activity at the organism, tissue, and cellular scales, new sensors could provide new tools to clinicians and cancer researchers.
A technique for synthesizing many “white graphene” nanotubes at a time paves the way for stronger, heat-resistant composites, and membranes for renewable energy.
Now in its second year, the Rise program targets exceptional teenage scholars from around the world for their potential as future change-makers.
Professors Arup Chakraborty, Lina Necib, and Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz as well as Yuan Cao SM ’16, PhD ’20; Alina Kononov ’14; Elliott H. Lieb ’53; Haocun Yu PhD ’20; and others honored for contributions to physics.
Digital twins to expand training capabilities through virtual reality.
With NEET, Sherry Nyeo is discovering MIT’s undergraduate research community at the intersection of computer science and biological engineering.
New tools can accommodate samples from small pieces up to 200 mm wafers.
Prizes in the materials science competition also went to a waste-monitoring device and a nanofiber-based yarn.
The technique could be used to fabricate computer chips that won’t get too hot while operating, or materials that can convert waste heat to energy.