Introducing the Materials Research Laboratory at MIT | MIT News

Materials Processing Center, Center for Materials Science and Engineering merger brings together formidable resources for advancing next-generation materials.

Denis Paiste | Materials Research Laboratory • mit
Oct. 10, 2017 ~9 min

Tags:  physics  sustainability  energy  photonics  research  transportation  school-of-engineering  school-of-science  innovation-and-entrepreneurship-ie  materials-science-and-engineering  dmse  materials-research-laboratory  materials-processing-center  center-for-materials-science-and-engineering

Developing new magnetic device materials | MIT News

Summer Scholar Stephanie Bauman interns in Luqiao Liu lab synthesizing and testing manganese gallium samples for spintronic applications.

Denis Paiste | Materials Processing Center • mit
Oct. 2, 2017 ~5 min

Tags:  electronics  spintronics  school-of-engineering  computer-science-and-technology  national-science-foundation-nsf  materials-science-and-engineering  dmse  materials-processing-center

Mucus’ influence on bacterial behavior | MIT News

Summer Scholar Gaetana Michelet explores the role mucus plays in protecting people from getting sick.

Denis Paiste | Materials Processing Center • mit
Sept. 8, 2017 ~2 min

Tags:  health  bacteria  microbes  research  school-of-engineering  biological-engineering  materials-processing-center

Glassy carbon, now with less heat | MIT News

Carbon nanotubes lower the transformation temperature of glassy carbon, possibly aiding manufacturers, MIT researchers report.

Denis Paiste | Materials Processing Center • mit
Sept. 1, 2017 ~11 min

Tags:  graphene  research  carbon-nanotubes  mechanical-engineering  school-of-engineering  aeronautical-and-astronautical-engineering  nanoscience-and-nanotechnology  materials-science-and-engineering  dmse  materials-processing-center

Prototyping a pump for brain treatment | MIT News

Summer Scholar Alejandro Aponte troubleshoots the design for an implantable pump that can deliver drugs to the brain.

Denis Paiste | Materials Processing Center • mit
Aug. 4, 2017 ~3 min

Tags:  medicine  school-of-engineering  brain-and-cognitive-sciences  national-science-foundation-nsf  materials-science-and-engineering  dmse  drug-delivery  materials-processing-center

Summer interns' lab work underway | MIT News

Summer Scholars in materials science and engineering are tackling projects ranging from magnetic thin films to catalysts for energy.

Denis Paiste | Materials Processing Center • mit
July 3, 2017 ~5 min

Tags:  sustainability  energy  school-of-engineering  classes-and-programs  electrical-engineering-computer-science-eecs  national-science-foundation-nsf  materials-science-and-engineering  dmse  materials-processing-center

Liquid tin-sulfur compound shows thermoelectric potential | MIT News

MIT researchers create a high-temperature device that produces electricity from industrial waste heat.

Denis Paiste | Materials Processing Center • mit
June 12, 2017 ~13 min

Tags:  energy  research  metals  school-of-engineering  materials-science-and-engineering  dmse  materials-processing-center  thermoelectricity

Envisioning the future of metal and mineral production | MIT News

MIT researchers team up with leaders from the metals and minerals industry to envision a more sustainable future.

Suzanne Greene | Department of Materials Science and Engineering • mit
May 24, 2017 ~3 min

Tags:  sustainability  environment  industry  metals  school-of-engineering  innovation-and-entrepreneurship-ie  special-events-and-guest-speakers  materials-science-and-engineering  dmse  chemical-engineering  materials-processing-center

Disorder can be good | MIT News

Researchers discover that chaos makes carbon materials lighter and stronger.

Denis Paiste | Materials Processing Center • mit
March 17, 2017 ~9 min

Tags:  carbon  research  school-of-engineering  aeronautical-and-astronautical-engineering  nanoscience-and-nanotechnology  materials-science-and-engineering  materials-processing-center

3-D printing with cellulose | MIT News

World’s most abundant polymer could rival petroleum-based plastics as source of printing feedstock.

David L. Chandler | MIT News Office • mit
March 3, 2017 ~5 min

Tags:  manufacturing  3-d-printing  research  mechanical-engineering  school-of-engineering  national-science-foundation-nsf  materials-processing-center

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