MRL Conf. Room
MIT engineers demonstrate the first scalable method to continuously manufacture high-quality graphene strips tailored for use in membranes.
MIT Associate Professor of Biological Engineering Katharina Ribbeck explores the many roles of mucus to uncover its impacts on health and disease.
MIT School of Engineering lists first quarter 2018 honors, grants, and prizes received by faculty members.
Engineers at MIT have developed a polymer thermal conductor — a plastic material that dissipates heat rather than insulating it.
The MRL has selected 12 top-ranking undergraduates to conduct graduate-level research on the MIT campus in Cambridge, Mass., from June 17 to August 11, 2018.
New approach to analyzing and designing new ion conductors could accelerate the development of high-energy lithium batteries, and possibly other energy storage and delivery devices.
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