The Raman spectroscopy-based method enables early detection and quantification of pathogens in plants, to enhance plant disease management.
A scattering-type scanning nearfield optical microscope offers advantages to researchers across many disciplines.
Contributions advanced dynamical properties of supercooled water and small-angle neutron and X-ray scattering over a 50-year career.
Engineered plant nanosensors and portable Raman spectroscopy will help enable sustainable practices in traditional and urban agriculture.
The Rapid Agent Aerosol Detector developed at Lincoln Laboratory has demonstrated excellent accuracy in identifying toxic biological particles suspended in the air.
MIT and Northwestern researchers create hybrid perovskite materials that could help improve the quality of solar cells and light sources.
Molecules containing heavy and deformed radioactive nuclei may help scientists to measure symmetry-violating phenomena and identify signs of dark matter.
MIT scientist for over 50 years was a cherished mentor who published nearly 400 papers on topics from laser science to non-invasive biomedical diagnosis.
Study suggests noninvasive spectroscopy could be used to monitor blood glucose levels.
New technique for observing reaction products offers insights into the chemical mechanisms that formed them.