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Accelerating the discovery of new materials for 3D printing
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Documentary short, “The Uprising,” showcases women in science who pressed for equal rights at MIT in the 1990s
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Cellular environments shape molecular architecture
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Pablo Jarillo-Herrero receives Max Planck-Humboldt Research Award
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2,050-year-old Roman tomb offers insights on ancient concrete resilience
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Seven from MIT receive National Institutes of Health awards for 2021
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Seven from MIT receive National Institutes of Health awards for 2021
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School of Engineering third quarter 2021 awards
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Glass blowing adapts to Covid-19 protocols
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Glass blowing adapts to Covid-19 protocols
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Making health and motion sensing devices more personal
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Researchers find a new way to control magnets
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Researchers find a new way to control magnets
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Researchers find a new way to control magnets
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The next generation of glowing plants
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Chemical engineering meets cancer immunotherapy
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Physicists engineer ferroelectricity in boron nitride
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School of Engineering Awards for 2021
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Researchers design sensors to rapidly detect plant hormones
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Why the future of textiles is collaborative
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Making catalytic surfaces more active to help decarbonize fuels and chemicals
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Making catalytic surfaces more active to help decarbonize fuels and chemicals
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Nanoscribe GT2 adds to MIT.nano fabrication capabilities
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Nanoscribe GT2 adds to MIT.nano fabrication capabilities
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Using adversarial attacks to refine molecular energy predictions
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Using adversarial attacks to refine molecular energy predictions
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Landmark Bio, a biomanufacturing facility co-founded by MIT, breaks ground in Watertown Arsenal
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Landmark Bio, a biomanufacturing facility co-founded by MIT, breaks ground in Watertown Arsenal
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Smart laser cutter system detects different materials
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Designing better batteries for electric vehicles
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Why boiling droplets can race across hot oily surfaces
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Using aluminum and water to make clean hydrogen fuel — when and where it’s needed
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Using aluminum and water to make clean hydrogen fuel — when and where it’s needed
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Elsa Olivetti wins 2021 MIT Bose Award for Excellence in Teaching
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Elsa Olivetti wins 2021 MIT Bose Award for Excellence in Teaching
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Chemistry Undergraduate Teaching Lab hibernates fume hoods, drastically reducing energy costs
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Machine learning discovers new sequences to boost drug delivery
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Machine learning discovers new sequences to boost drug delivery
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MIT and Ericsson enter collaboration agreements to research the next generation of mobile networks
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Using graphene foam to filter toxins from drinking water
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Using graphene foam to filter toxins from drinking water
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Cleaning up industrial filtration
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Cleaning up industrial filtration
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Advancing industry convergence through technology and innovation
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Inaugural fund supports early-stage collaborations between MIT and Jordan
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Inaugural fund supports early-stage collaborations between MIT and Jordan
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Investigating materials for safe, secure nuclear power
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Investigating materials for safe, secure nuclear power
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A material difference
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A 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.