The MIT Energy Club hosts its sixth annual EnergyHack with 260 participants joining in from around the globe in this all-virtual event.
In a new realm of materials, PhD student Thanh Nguyen uses neutrons to hunt for exotic properties that could power real-world applications.
MIT postdoc finds the angle at which we view neutron star collisions could significantly impact age measurements.
Findings on short-range nuclear interactions will help scientists investigate neutron stars and heavy radioactive nuclei.
Recognition honors research into nuclear structure and reactions.
Physicist is recognized for his groundbreaking research on twistronics.
The fast radio bursts are likely generated by a magnetar, the most magnetic type of star in the universe.
William Barletta, Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz, Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, Katelin Schutz, and Phiala Shanahan honored for contributions to physics.
Physicist and Martin Luther King Jr. Scholar is examining the optical properties of semimetals to understand how light interacts with quantum materials.
Physics professor receives one of the most prestigious nongovernmental awards for early-career scientists.