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Researchers pioneer a new way to detect microbial contamination in cell cultures
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Donald Sadoway wins European Inventor Award for liquid metal batteries
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Quantum sensor can detect electromagnetic signals of any frequency
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Robotic lightning bugs take flight
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Robert Langer wins BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award
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MIT-Northpond Program created to advance innovation in engineering and life sciences
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Nanoparticle sensor can distinguish between viral and bacterial pneumonia
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QS ranks MIT the world’s No. 1 university for 2022-23
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Mobilizing across borders to address global challenges
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Engineers develop nanoparticles that cross the blood-brain barrier
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SMART researchers enable early-stage detection of microbial contamination in cell therapy
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MIT engineers boost signals from fluorescent sensors
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New research center focused on brain-body relationship established at MIT
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MIT Climate and Sustainability Consortium announces recipients of inaugural MCSC Seed Awards
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Researchers unveil a secret of stronger metals
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Researchers unveil a secret of stronger metals
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Is it topological? A new materials database has the answer
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Is it neuroscience? Chemistry? Art? Wulff Lecture shows versatility, diversity in materials science
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Connecting MIT students with women leading in semiconductors
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Connecting MIT students with women leading in semiconductors
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Ultrathin fuel cell uses the body’s own sugar to generate electricity
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MIT expands research collaboration with Commonwealth Fusion Systems to build net energy fusion machine, SPARC
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Team creates map for production of eco-friendly metals
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No one-size-fits-all approach for mentorship
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MIT Research Slam showcases postdoc and PhD communication skills
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How can we reduce the carbon footprint of global computing?
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Using excess heat to improve electrolyzers and fuel cells
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Researchers develop a paper-thin loudspeaker
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Strengthening students’ knowledge and experience in climate and sustainability
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Providing hands-on photonics education across Massachusetts
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Providing hands-on photonics education across Massachusetts
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MIT scientists develop low-cost, high-precision fabrication method for thin mirrors and silicon wafers
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MIT engineers introduce the Oreometer
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MIT engineers introduce the Oreometer
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Developing electricity-powered, low-emissions alternatives to carbon-intensive industrial processes
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A new heat engine with no moving parts is as efficient as a steam turbine
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A new heat engine with no moving parts is as efficient as a steam turbine
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Engineers enlist AI to help scale up advanced solar cell manufacturing
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Engineers enlist AI to help scale up advanced solar cell manufacturing
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Embracing ancient materials and 21st-century challenges
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MIT.nano Immersion Lab Gaming Program awards third annual seed grants
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MIT.nano Immersion Lab Gaming Program awards third annual seed grants
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MIT announces five flagship projects in first-ever Climate Grand Challenges competition
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MIT to name Building 12, home of MIT.nano, in honor of Lisa Su
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MIT to name Building 12, home of MIT.nano, in honor of Lisa Su
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QS World University Rankings rates MIT No. 1 in 12 subjects for 2022
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Chemical reactions for the energy transition
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Featured video: L. Rafael Reif on the power of education
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Workshop tackles a critical gap slowing the development of new hardware technologies
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New program bolsters innovation in next-generation artificial intelligence hardware
by School of Engineering | MIT Schwarzman College of Computing on 29. März 2022 at 13:00

MIT AI Hardware Program launches with five inaugural companies to advance AI technologies for the next decade.