Strong Electric Fields Tune the Stability of Ionic Defects in Oxides

Controlled Fragmentation of Multimaterial Fibers Via Polymer Cold-Drawing

Stretchable Spinal Cord Probes Offer New Tools to Study the Nervous System

Understanding Loops in Polymer Networks Results in an Improved Theory for Rubbery Materials

Using Light to Control the Viscoelastic Mechanical Properties of Gel-Like Materials

Materials Deficient in Oxygen Show Promise in Magnetically Controlled Optical Devices

Mechanical Stress and Temperature Can Tune the Stability of Electronic Defects in Semiconducting Oxides

RET Inspires Research Collaboration Between Middle School Students and MIT Research Group



First Experimental Observation of Weyl Points

Spawning Rings of Exceptional Points out of Dirac Cones

Biochemical Mechanisms to Control Gel Crosslinking and Permeability

Functional Oxides Can Be Switched Between Distinct Structures and Properties via Electrochemical Bias

New Candidate for Optically Induced Topological Semimetals



IRG-III researchers demonstrate nanoscale cation motion in memristive systems

Creating Crystalline Silicon Core Fibers from Aluminum and Glass Preforms

Bio-Inspired Gels Show Promise as Self-healing Materials with Properties Controlled by Metal Ions

Strain Coupling in Oxide Nano-composites Controls Magnetism and Oxygen Exchange Kinetics

CMSE’s Felice Frankel and Nature’s Creative Director engage a global community of scientists and engineers in their live webcast discussion on graphics and photography

Synthetic Backpacks Attached to Immune Cells Selectively Target Sites of Inflammation in the Skin and Lungs

Voltage Controlled Magnetism: Towards an Ultralow-Power Switch for New Magnetic Devices

MIT MRSEC Partnership Provides Puerto Rican Students with Valuable Research Experience