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Drug manufacturing that’s out of this world
Drug manufacturing that’s out of this world

Continuous-flow chemistry device used for drug production could find use in long-duration space missions.

Ultrafine fibers have exceptional strength
Ultrafine fibers have exceptional strength

New technique developed at MIT could produce strong, resilient nanofibers for many applications.

Changing lives with heart, humor, and engineering
Changing lives with heart, humor, and engineering

MIT senior and Marshall Scholar Nick Schwartz wants to solve the energy problem — and make people smile along the way.

MIT collaboration enriches community college experience
MIT collaboration enriches community college experience

More than half of Roxbury, Bunker Hill, students with summer lab experience at MIT go on to earn a four-year degree.

Dongkeun Park: Winding his way to medical insights
Dongkeun Park: Winding his way to medical insights

Francis Bitter Magnet Lab researcher continues a decades-long pursuit to create a revolutionary magnet for nuclear magnetic resolution spectroscopy.

Jennifer Rupp wins international electrochemistry prize
Jennifer Rupp wins international electrochemistry prize

Assistant professor is honored for her work on energy storage systems and safer, solid-state lithium electrolyte batteries.

Can computers help us synthesize new materials?
Can computers help us synthesize new materials?

Machine-learning system finds patterns in materials “recipes,” even when training data is lacking.

New technique allows rapid screening for new types of solar cells
New technique allows rapid screening for new types of solar cells

Approach could bypass the time-consuming steps currently needed to test new photovoltaic materials.

Auto-tuning data science: New research streamlines machine learning
Auto-tuning data science: New research streamlines machine learning

A new automated machine-learning system performs as well or better than its human counterparts — and works 100 times faster.

Exploring ethical dimensions of climate negotiation
Exploring ethical dimensions of climate negotiation

MIT researchers focus on empathy, transparency, and empowerment at this year's United Nations Climate Change Conference.

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