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Materialkunde und Nanotechnologien am MIT

Advance may enable “2D” transistors for tinier microchip components
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Buttressing perseverance from a distance
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Nano flashlight enables new applications of light
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Nano flashlight enables new applications of light
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Nano flashlight enables new applications of light
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Nanostructured device stops light in its tracks
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Nanostructured device stops light in its tracks
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How to get salt out of water: Make it self-eject
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“Colloidal gels,” ubiquitous in everyday products, divulge their secrets
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Seeking enhanced materials for nuclear reactors
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Synthetic gelatin-like material mimics lobster underbelly’s stretch and strength
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Synthetic gelatin-like material mimics lobster underbelly’s stretch and strength
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New AI tool calculates materials’ stress and strain based on photos
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New AI tool calculates materials’ stress and strain based on photos
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Electrifying cement with nanocarbon black
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SMART researchers develop 15-minute immune-profiling assay
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Reinventing the graduate student community during a pandemic
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School of Engineering welcomes new faculty
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A streamlined approach to determining thermal properties of crystalline solids and alloys
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Tactile textiles sense movement via touch
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Big data dreams for tiny technologies
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MIT graduate engineering, business, economics programs ranked highly by U.S. News for 2022
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MIT graduate engineering, business, economics programs ranked highly by U.S. News for 2022
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Homing in on longer-lasting perovskite solar cells
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Homing in on longer-lasting perovskite solar cells
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Homing in on longer-lasting perovskite solar cells
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Method offers inexpensive imaging at the scale of virus particles
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Controlling bubble formation on electrodes
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Cooling homes without warming the planet
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Cooling homes without warming the planet
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Design could enable longer lasting, more powerful lithium batteries
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Design could enable longer lasting, more powerful lithium batteries
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Design could enable longer lasting, more powerful lithium batteries
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Working toward a more secure world
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Vaccination by inhalation
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MIT.nano courses bring hands-on experimentation to virtual participants
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MIT.nano courses bring hands-on experimentation to virtual participants
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How to prevent short-circuiting in next-gen lithium batteries
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How to prevent short-circuiting in next-gen lithium batteries
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Could we recycle plastic bags into fabrics of the future?
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Women in Innovation and STEM Database at MIT announces fellowship program
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2021 MacVicar Faculty Fellows named
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QS World University Rankings rates MIT No. 1 in 12 subjects for 2021
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QS World University Rankings rates MIT No. 1 in 12 subjects for 2021
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Microsystems Annual Research Conference goes virtual, preserves human touch
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Microsystems Annual Research Conference goes virtual, preserves human touch
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Microsystems Annual Research Conference goes virtual, preserves human touch
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SMART develops analytical tools to enable next-generation agriculture
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SMART develops analytical tools to enable next-generation agriculture
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SMART develops analytical tools to enable next-generation agriculture
by Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology on 1. März 2021 at 19:55

Engineered plant nanosensors and portable Raman spectroscopy will help enable sustainable practices in traditional and urban agriculture.