Student-led conference charts the future of micro- and nanoscale research, reinforces scientific community
19th Microsystems Annual Research Conference reveals the next era of microsystems technologies, along with skiing and a dance party.
Putting a new spin on computer hardware
Luqiao Liu utilizes a quantum property known as electron spin to build low-power, high-performance computer memories and programmable computer chips.
New hardware offers faster computation for artificial intelligence, with much less energy
Engineers working on “analog deep learning” have found a way to propel protons through solids at unprecedented speeds.
Global Semiconductor Alliance’s Women’s Leadership Initiative highlights career opportunities for women in hard technology.
Researchers develop a paper-thin loudspeaker
The flexible, thin-film device has the potential to make any surface into a low-power, high-quality audio source.
Virtual conference gathered students, faculty, and industry partners to explore the future of microsystems and nanotechnology.
During a tour of MIT.nano, the commerce secretary argued for boosting domestic semiconductor research and manufacturing, to fight inflation and improve national security.
Editing tool makes fabrication process available to all.
Reasserting U.S. leadership in microelectronics
MIT researchers lay out a strategy for how universities can help the U.S. regain its place as a semiconductor superpower.
Giving bug-like bots a boost
A new fabrication technique produces low-voltage, power-dense artificial muscles that improve the performance of flying microrobots.