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MIT News

Computational science grad students awarded U.S. Department of Energy fellowships

Kaley Brauer, Sarah Greer, William Moses, and Paul Zhang will receive DoE support to fuel research that tackles problems of national importance.

Addressing Africa's sustainable development

Researchers and experts attend African Sustainable Development Conference at MIT.

School of Engineering third quarter 2018 awards

Faculty members recognized for excellence via a diverse array of honors, grants, and prizes over the last quarter.

Cryptographic protocol enables greater collaboration in drug discovery

Neural network that securely finds potential drugs could encourage large-scale pooling of sensitive data.

Electrical properties of dendrites help explain our brain’s unique computing power

Neurons in human and rat brains carry electrical signals in different ways, scientists find.

Tang family gift supports MIT.nano, MIT Quest for Intelligence

$20 million gift names imaging suite in new facility, creates catalyst fund.

Four from MIT named American Physical Society Fellows for 2018

Lisa Barsotti, Martin Bazant, Pablo Jarillo-Herrero, and Richard Lanza receive prestigious honor recognizing them for their research and leadership.

Angelika Amon wins 2019 Breakthrough Prize in Life Sciences

Four other MIT researchers to receive New Horizons Prizes in math and physics; two alumni win Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics.
Arctic ice sets speed limit for major ocean current

Arctic ice sets speed limit for major ocean current

Long-term melting may lead to release of huge volumes of cold, fresh water into the North Atlantic, impacting global climate.

Kristin Bergmann named a 2018 Packard Fellow

She will investigate the early history of complex life and the environments that supported it, both in the field and lab.

Joining the resolution revolution

Department of Biology hosts a symposium to celebrate the launch of MIT.nano and its new Cryogenic Electron Microscopy Facility.

Collaboration runs through J-WAFS-funded projects

Researchers from across MIT showcase J-WAFS-funded projects tackling critical water and food systems challenges from solutions-oriented perspectives.

Computer model offers more control over protein design

New approach generates a wider variety of protein sequences optimized to bind to drug targets.

In pursuit of the elusive stem cell

New MIT initiative delves into the biology of stem cells and cancer stem cells, seeks ways to identify, purify, and propagate them.

Protein has unique effects on information processing

Picower Institute researchers find that a key protein linked to intellectual disability shapes electrical currents in neural connections.
When light, not heat, causes melting

When light, not heat, causes melting

Study reveals the details of light-induced phase changes.

MIT reshapes itself to shape the future

Gift of $350 million establishes the MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing, an unprecedented, $1 billion commitment to world-changing breakthroughs and their ethical application.

Center for Theoretical Physics professors earn DOE Quantum Information Science Awards

Professors Daniel Harlow, Aram Harrow, Hong Liu, and Jesse Thaler among the first recipients of new honor for advances in quantum understanding.