Every idea or invention born at MIT was developed through the collaborative efforts of considerable talents. And each one began the same way as MIT’s mission statement: with the imperative to advance knowledge.

How Do Plants Use Light?

What Gabriela Schlau-Cohen discovers about the proteins responsible for photosynthesis could be critical to agriculture and energy

How Can We Measure Damage?

Quantifying radiation damage in materials is the first step toward safer reactors and better nuclear compliance, says Mike Short

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