All together, a core group of MIT.nano staffers has more than 400 years of technical experience in nanoscale characterization and fabrication.
Through the Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative, the US Department of Defense supports research projects in areas of critical importance to national defense.
The chemical engineer is honored for her work designing polymers and nanomaterials with wide-ranging applications in medicine and energy.
A leader in manufacturing science and technology, Hart SM ’02, PhD ’06 will become department head effective July 1.
The illustrious prize supports early-career scientists and engineers as they pursue interdisciplinary work.
The HUMANS nanowafer, an MIT Space Exploration Initiative student-led project, will travel to the ISS this month, and later to the moon, carrying messages in more than 64 languages from over 80 countries.
Ahead of the Institute’s presidential inauguration, panelists describe advances in their research and how these discoveries are being deployed to benefit the public.
A new low-temperature growth and fabrication technology allows the integration of 2D materials directly onto a silicon circuit, which could lead to denser and more powerful chips.
The new diagnostic, which is based on analysis of urine samples, could also be designed to reveal whether a tumor has metastasized.
The technology, which mimics the body’s natural clotting process, could help keep severely injured people alive until they are treated at a hospital.