Robotic parts could be assembled into nimble spider bots for exploring lava tubes or heavy-duty elephant bots for transporting solar panels.
MIT chemists show the Australian wildfires widened the ozone hole by 10 percent in 2020.
Saverio Cambioni discusses new results revealing the redirected asteroid Dimorphos to be a dust-trailing rubble-pile.
A method for quickly predicting the forces needed to push objects through "flowable media" could help engineers drive robots or anchor ships.
National Space Council’s Users Advisory Group will guide the Biden-Harris administration on space preservation and industry.
Fifteen MIT students traveled to Washington to speak to representatives from several federal executive agencies.
Lincoln Laboratory’s TeraByte InfraRed Delivery system sent data from a satellite to Earth at 100 Gbps — a rate that will transform future science missions.
Researchers make progress toward groups of robots that could build almost anything, including buildings, vehicles, and even bigger robots.
As NASA launches Artemis I, MIT experts weigh in on the importance of the mission to future space exploration.
“The Hunt for Planet B” follows Seager and others on their search for extraterrestrial life; three other nominated films feature MIT affiliates.
Swirling waters replenish nutrients in open ocean, a new study finds, and could mitigate some climate change effects.