MIT’s Lab for Nuclear Science offers its employees many great resources and features unmatched by most employers. In addition to being surrounded by some of the most talented faculty and students in the world, MIT offers employee benefits including generous health and dental, tuition assistance, a children's scholarship program, a traditional defined contribution pension plan and optional 401(k).
Moreover, MIT is a truly diverse and nurturing community. The campus is alive with groups, classes and activities for employees. Finally, the lab itself is filled with great colleagues and is committed to a sense of pride in its service to its students, faculty and the public.
Professor Janet Conrad is on a quest to find the elusive “ghost” particle—and turn physics on its head.
Cristiano Fanelli has been awarded the 2018 JSA Postdoctoral Prize for innovative solutions in optimizing particle detectors.
Professors Daniel Harlow, Aram Harrow, Hong Liu, and Jesse Thaler among the first recipients of new honor for advances in quantum understanding.
New faculty join the departments of Biology, Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, and Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences.
Seeing Higgs boson decay required “magic-eye” focus; may help physicists understand why the universe has mass.
Moitra, O’Gorman, Perez, and Minicozzi were nominated by students and colleagues for demonstrating excellence in instruction.