Reconstituted silk can be several times stronger than the natural fiber and made in different forms.
New framework guarantees stability of microgrids that supply local power in developing countries.
Electronic circuits reveal when a plant begins to experience drought conditions.
Condensation-based method developed at MIT could create stable nanoscale emulsions.
Light-based devices could be used as biomedical sensors or as flexible connectors for electronics.
Two-day “AI and the Future of Work” summit at MIT focused on the artificial intelligence revolution and the workplace.
Professor Paula Hammond uses nanoscale biomaterials to craft anti-cancer treatments tiny enough to get through the bloodstream and enter tumors.
Improved methods validate the use of blood samples for studying patients’ cancer genomes.
System could pore through millions of research papers to extract “recipes” for producing materials.
Bringing together researchers from different science and engineering fields for Materials Day Symposium promises solutions to energy, health, and other needs.