Longtime MIT faculty member led investigations into cosmic-ray physics and gamma-ray and X-ray astronomy.
Study shows AI can identify self-reported race from medical images that contain no indications of race detectable by human experts.
MIT scientists develop low-cost, high-precision fabrication method for thin mirrors and silicon wafers
A novel photolithography technique could be a manufacturing game-changer for optical applications.
Scientists employ an underused resource — radiology reports that accompany medical images — to improve the interpretive abilities of machine learning algorithms.
Faculty from the departments of Physics and of Nuclear Science and Engineering faculty were selected for the Early Career Research Program.
First experimental evidence of spin excitations in an atomically thin material helps answer 30-year-old questions, could lead to better medical diagnostics and more.
Researchers find material ejects itself before black hole can devour it.
‘Wi-Vi’ is based on a concept similar to radar and sonar imaging.
Researchers detect the brightest flare ever observed in our galaxy’s black hole.