SMART nanosensors are safer and less tedious than existing techniques for testing plants’ response to compounds such as herbicides.
3D lithography tool will provide ultra-precise creation of complex 3D structures at the micro- and nanoscale.
The commonplace phenomenon, now quantified for the first time, could be harnessed for many useful applications.
MIT-Jordan Abdul Hameed Shoman Foundation Seed Fund winners announced.
A student-run project is collecting messages from around the world, using nanotechnology to etch them on a disk, and sending the disk to the International Space Station.
“Committee on the Environment” recognizes integration of design excellence with environmental performance.
Diagnostic nanoparticles could be used to monitor tumor recurrence after treatment or to perform routine cancer screenings.
A scattering-type scanning nearfield optical microscope offers advantages to researchers across many disciplines.
SAMCO inductively coupled plasma etcher can process multiple materials at various sizes.
MIT researchers train a neural network to predict a “boiling crisis,” with potential applications for cooling computer chips and nuclear reactors.
Faculty from the departments of Physics and of Nuclear Science and Engineering faculty were selected for the Early Career Research Program.
The new carbon-based material could be a basis for lighter, tougher alternatives to Kevlar and steel.
Selective global honor supports early-career scientists and engineers in taking on new pursuits.