MIT Research

Wednesday th 18th of March 2020

New sensor could help prevent food waste - 07:30

Tuesday th 17th of March 2020

“Inactive” pill ingredients could raise the dose of your medication - 14:40

Emissions of several ozone-depleting chemicals are larger than expected - 11:10

Bacterial enzyme could become a new target for antibiotics - 09:00

Monday th 16th of March 2020

Deep learning for mechanical property evaluation - 14:22

SMART announces new method for processing fluid droplets - 12:40

Sunday th 15th of March 2020

Scientists quantify how wave power drives coastal erosion - 23:30

Thursday th 12th of March 2020

3Q: Collaborating with users to develop accessible designs - 23:40

Covid-19 diagnostic based on MIT technology might be tested on patient samples soon - 15:30

Wednesday th 11th of March 2020

Moving beyond “defensive medicine” - 23:30

Dancing electrons solve a longstanding puzzle in the oldest magnetic material - 15:10

Tuesday th 10th of March 2020

Why are workers getting smaller pieces of the pie? - 23:11

How plants protect themselves from sun damage - 05:30

Monday th 9th of March 2020

How the brain encodes landmarks that help us navigate - 23:20

Why do banking crises occur? - 23:20

Mathematical model could lead to better treatment for diabetes - 09:20

Sunday th 8th of March 2020

The elephant in the server room - 23:00

Friday th 6th of March 2020

Showing robots how to do your chores - 00:40

Novel method for easier scaling of quantum devices - 00:40

Thursday th 5th of March 2020

Historic migration patterns are written in Americans' DNA - 17:30

3 Questions: Emre Gençer on the evolving role of hydrogen in the energy system - 15:30

New approach to sustainable building takes shape in Boston - 00:10

Wednesday th 4th of March 2020

A new model of vision - 14:30

Design, power, and justice - 00:00

Integrating electronics onto physical prototypes - 00:00

Tuesday th 3rd of March 2020

Probing microscopic wiggles in squishy materials - 13:00

Empowering faculty partnerships across the globe - 12:30

The case for economics — by the numbers - 00:10

Monday th 2nd of March 2020

The neural basis of sensory hypersensitivity - 11:30

Friday th 28th of February 2020

Demystifying the world of deep networks - 15:00

Machine learning picks out hidden vibrations from earthquake data - 13:30

Wednesday th 26th of February 2020

To self-drive in the snow, look under the road - 15:10

The force is strong in neutron stars - 12:20

Using light to put a twist on electrons - 11:50

Protecting sensitive metadata so it can’t be used for surveillance - 00:20

Tuesday th 25th of February 2020

Making a remarkable material even better - 13:40

Instrument may enable mail-in testing to detect heavy metals in water - 11:40

Monday th 24th of February 2020

A material’s insulating properties can be tuned at will - 15:30

MIT Framework for Publisher Contracts yields new open-access model - 13:30

Mirrored chip could enable handheld dark-field microscopes - 12:30

Sunday th 23rd of February 2020

A chemist investigates how proteins assume their shape - 00:10

Thursday th 20th of February 2020

The trouble with round numbers - 18:40

Artificial intelligence yields new antibiotic - 11:10

Cryptographic “tag of everything” could protect the supply chain - 00:10

Wednesday th 19th of February 2020

How transient invaders can transform an ecosystem - 14:22

How to deflect an asteroid - 00:00

Tuesday th 18th of February 2020

Correcting the “jitters” in quantum devices - 00:10

Monday th 17th of February 2020

Seeding oceans with iron may not impact climate change - 15:20

Friday th 14th of February 2020

Low-cost “smart” diaper can notify caregiver when it’s wet - 00:00

Thursday th 13th of February 2020

SENSE.nano awards seed grants in optoelectronics, interactive manufacturing - 17:04