Imaginative MIT scientists are taking the
microscopic properties of molecules to create
larger-than-life consumer goods that will
change the way we live.
A battery built by a virus might power
electronic gadgets, or even transportation
systems. Forget pills- drug release systems
implanted in the human body, using advances in
nanoengineering and biology, will keep us
healthier than ever.
This exhibit explores the beginning of an
exciting new field of applied science.
and students of the
, Chemistry Department
Professor of Biological Engineering and Material Science and Engineering
, Department of Materials Science and Engineering.