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Materialkunde und Nanotechnologien am MIT

Healing with hydrogels
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Researchers improve efficiency of next-generation solar cell material
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New “metalens” shifts focus without tilting or moving
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New “metalens” shifts focus without tilting or moving
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The catalyzing potential of J-WAFS seed grants
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Nanowire could provide a stable, easy-to-make superconducting transistor
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Physicists discover important new property for graphene
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Donated instrument provides undergraduate chemistry students high-level research experience
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Donated instrument provides undergraduate chemistry students high-level research experience
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Faster tracking of treatment responses
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Physicists create tunable superconductivity in twisted graphene “nanosandwich”
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MIT convenes influential industry leaders in the fight against climate change
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Oxford Instruments Asylum Research joins MIT.nano Consortium
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Oxford Instruments Asylum Research joins MIT.nano Consortium
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Researchers construct molecular nanofibers that are stronger than steel
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Researchers construct molecular nanofibers that are stronger than steel
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Researchers construct molecular nanofibers that are stronger than steel
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Researchers construct molecular nanofibers that are stronger than steel
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Atomic design for a carbon-free planet
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Atomic design for a carbon-free planet
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Atomic design for a carbon-free planet
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Boosting the efficiency of carbon capture and conversion systems
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Nanosatellite thruster emits pure ions
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An intro to the fast-paced world of artificial intelligence
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MIT.nano’s Immersion Lab opens for researchers and students
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MIT.nano’s Immersion Lab opens for researchers and students
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School of Engineering third and fourth quarter 2020 awards
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School of Engineering third and fourth quarter 2020 awards
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MIT Society of Women Engineers’ journey into virtual connection
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MIT Society of Women Engineers’ journey into virtual connection
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Discovery allows early detection of shade avoidance syndrome
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Controlling drug activity with light
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Controlling drug activity with light
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MIT to share in $3.2 million grant to create a statewide technician-training program in advanced manufacturing
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Evelyn Hu delivers 2020 Dresselhaus Lecture on leveraging defects at the nanoscale
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Evelyn Hu delivers 2020 Dresselhaus Lecture on leveraging defects at the nanoscale
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SMART researchers engineer a plant-based sensor to monitor arsenic levels in soil
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A cool advance in thermoelectric conversion
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An engineering student expands her focus
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An engineering student expands her focus
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Researchers find a better way to design metal alloys
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Researchers find a better way to design metal alloys
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Researchers find a better way to design metal alloys
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Discovery suggests new promise for nonsilicon computer transistors
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Discovery suggests new promise for nonsilicon computer transistors
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MIT labs win top recognition for sustainable practices in cold storage management
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MISTI pilots conversations in energy
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Four MIT students awarded 2022 Schwarzman Scholarships
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Focusing on innovative solutions to the world’s energy challenges
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Focusing on innovative solutions to the world’s energy challenges
by MIT EnergyHack | Division of Student Life on 3. Dezember 2020 at 21:10

The MIT Energy Club hosts its sixth annual EnergyHack with 260 participants joining in from around the globe in this all-virtual event.