Materialkunde und Nanotechnologien am MIT
Accelerating the discovery of new materials for 3D printingDocumentary short, “The Uprising,” showcases women in science who pressed for equal rights at MIT in the 1990sCellular environments shape molecular architecturePablo Jarillo-Herrero receives Max Planck-Humboldt Research Award2,050-year-old Roman tomb offers insights on ancient concrete resilienceSeven from MIT receive National Institutes of Health awards for 2021Seven from MIT receive National Institutes of Health awards for 2021School of Engineering third quarter 2021 awardsGlass blowing adapts to Covid-19 protocolsGlass blowing adapts to Covid-19 protocolsMaking health and motion sensing devices more personalResearchers find a new way to control magnetsResearchers find a new way to control magnetsResearchers find a new way to control magnetsThe next generation of glowing plantsChemical engineering meets cancer immunotherapyPhysicists engineer ferroelectricity in boron nitrideSchool of Engineering Awards for 2021Researchers design sensors to rapidly detect plant hormonesWhy the future of textiles is collaborativeMaking catalytic surfaces more active to help decarbonize fuels and chemicalsMaking catalytic surfaces more active to help decarbonize fuels and chemicalsNanoscribe GT2 adds to MIT.nano fabrication capabilitiesNanoscribe GT2 adds to MIT.nano fabrication capabilitiesUsing adversarial attacks to refine molecular energy predictionsUsing adversarial attacks to refine molecular energy predictionsLandmark Bio, a biomanufacturing facility co-founded by MIT, breaks ground in Watertown ArsenalLandmark Bio, a biomanufacturing facility co-founded by MIT, breaks ground in Watertown ArsenalSmart laser cutter system detects different materialsDesigning better batteries for electric vehiclesWhy boiling droplets can race across hot oily surfacesUsing aluminum and water to make clean hydrogen fuel — when and where it’s neededUsing aluminum and water to make clean hydrogen fuel — when and where it’s neededElsa Olivetti wins 2021 MIT Bose Award for Excellence in TeachingElsa Olivetti wins 2021 MIT Bose Award for Excellence in TeachingChemistry Undergraduate Teaching Lab hibernates fume hoods, drastically reducing energy costsMachine learning discovers new sequences to boost drug deliveryMachine learning discovers new sequences to boost drug deliveryMIT and Ericsson enter collaboration agreements to research the next generation of mobile networksUsing graphene foam to filter toxins from drinking waterUsing graphene foam to filter toxins from drinking waterCleaning up industrial filtrationCleaning up industrial filtrationAdvancing industry convergence through technology and innovationInaugural fund supports early-stage collaborations between MIT and JordanInaugural fund supports early-stage collaborations between MIT and JordanInvestigating materials for safe, secure nuclear powerInvestigating materials for safe, secure nuclear powerA material differenceA material difference
by Bridget E. Begg | Office of Graduate Education on 25. Juli 2021 at 4:00
A passion for biomaterials inspires PhD candidate Eesha Khare to tackle climate change.