New superconducting magnet breaks magnetic field strength records, paving the way for practical, commercial, carbon-free power.
In a study that could benefit quantum computing, researchers show a superlattice embedded with nanodots may be immune from dissipating energy to the environment.
The commonplace phenomenon, now quantified for the first time, could be harnessed for many useful applications.
MIT-led research team fashions graphene foam into device that can extract uranium and other heavy metals from tap water.
MIT-Jordan Abdul Hameed Shoman Foundation Seed Fund winners announced.
A longstanding interest in radiation’s effects on metals has drawn Michael Short into new areas such as nuclear security and microreactors.
With MIGHTR, PhD student W. Robb Stewart aims to speed construction of new nuclear plants to help decarbonize the economy.
Twenty-three instructors recognized for extraordinary online teaching with annual student-nominated award.
MIT researchers train a neural network to predict a “boiling crisis,” with potential applications for cooling computer chips and nuclear reactors.