Alumni lead growth of next-gen defense.
Edward R. Schwarz ’23 found magic in fabric research.
The Institute helped shape post–World War II architecture.
Making medallions for materials science grads gives students a hands-on experience in MIT’s foundry—and a chance to work with molten metal.
Xylem tissue in sapwood can take bacteria out of contaminated water.
Wirelessly rechargeable device wouldn’t need a skull-mounted sensor.
Experiments reveal how giant underwater waves form.