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How “2D” materials expand
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How “2D” materials expand
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Engineers solve a mystery on the path to smaller, lighter batteries
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On batteries, teaching, and world peace
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With new heat treatment, 3D-printed metals can withstand extreme conditions
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Inspiration at the atomic scale
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Inspiration at the atomic scale
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UpNano joins MIT.nano Consortium
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MIT engineers develop a low-cost terahertz camera
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Nanosensors target enzymes to monitor and study cancer
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A career in biochemistry unfolds
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In nanotube science, is boron nitride the new carbon?
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In nanotube science, is boron nitride the new carbon?
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Two first-year students named Rise Global Winners for 2022
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Seven with MIT ties receive awards from the American Physical Society
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Building with nanoparticles, from the bottom up
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Building with nanoparticles, from the bottom up
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A faster experiment to find and study topological materials
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Simplifying the production of lithium-ion batteries
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The tenured engineers of 2022
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Desktop simulation of MIT.nano die bonder enables virtual tool training
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Desktop simulation of MIT.nano die bonder enables virtual tool training
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An interdisciplinary journey through living machines
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Professor Tom Eagar, renowned metallurgist and admired storyteller, dies at 72
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MIT.nano adds new instruments to create and analyze at the nanoscale
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Tiny particles work together to do big things
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MADMEC winner identifies sustainable greenhouse-cooling materials
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MADMEC winner identifies sustainable greenhouse-cooling materials
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MIT system “sees” the inner structure of the body during physical rehab
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New system designs nanomaterials that conduct heat in specific ways
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New system designs nanomaterials that conduct heat in specific ways
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New process could enable more efficient plastics recycling
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New process could enable more efficient plastics recycling
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Engineers develop a new kind of shape-memory material
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Engineers develop a new kind of shape-memory material
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A factory for FrEDs at MIT
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MIT team places 3rd in materials design competition with novel 3D printable metal
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Cell Rover: Exploring and augmenting the inner world of the cell
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3 Questions: Janelle Knox-Hayes on producing renewable energy that communities want
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Passive cooling system could benefit off-grid locations
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Cracking the carbon removal challenge
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SMART Innovation Center awarded five-year NRF grant for new deep tech ventures
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SMART Innovation Center awarded five-year NRF grant for new deep tech ventures
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J-WAFS awards $150K Solutions grant to Patrick Doyle and team for rapid removal of micropollutants from water
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MIT students contribute to success of historic fusion experiment
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A simple way to significantly increase lifetimes of fuel cells and other devices
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A simple way to significantly increase lifetimes of fuel cells and other devices
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Designing zeolites, porous materials made to trap molecules
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A new concept for low-cost batteries
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Building better batteries, faster
by Rachel Yang | MIT News correspondent on 24. August 2022 at 4:00

PhD student Pablo Leon uses machine learning to expedite research on novel battery materials, while helping newer students navigate graduate school.