Process that modifies semiconductor material atom by atom could enable higher-performance electronics.
Mechanical engineering alumni of 2.009 (Product Engineering Processes) win with Rhino, a product that makes brick repointing faster, safer, and more accurate.
Forbes calls its 2019 30 Under 30 honorees “a collection of bold risk-takers who are putting a new twist on the old tools of the trade.”
“A diet or treatment of the microbiome may lead to increased diversity, but that does not mean it's better or healthier for you,” says the engineering professor.
Altered peptides from a South American wasp’s venom can kill bacteria but are nontoxic to human cells.
Competitive hip hop dance is alive and well at MIT, providing students with an outlet for good, clean fun.
Assistant Professor Ellen Roche develops revolutionary medical devices through research at the crossroads of medical science and engineering.
Pablo Ducru and Michael Shum ’17, MEng ’18 will study at Tshingua University in Beijing.
Radha Mastandrea, Katie O’Nell, Anna Sappington, Kyle Swanson, and Crystal Winston will begin graduate studies in the UK next fall.