Nuclear science and engineering
15 MIT students awarded DOE-funded Science Graduate Fellowships
August 10, 2010Among 150 students nationwide awarded fellowships in program's first year
Three NSE graduate students win DOE-sponsored award
July 13, 2010
Small-scale understanding, large-scale enhancement
July 12, 2010Better fuel cells and reactors, built from the atomic level
Professor Ronald Ballinger appointed to MWRA Independent Review Panel
June 30, 2010Will investigate what caused breach in major eastern Massachusetts water line in early May
Former nuclear engineering head Mason dies at 85
June 24, 2010Alumnus led department in the early 1970s.
MIT partners in DOE-funded Nuclear Energy Innovation Hub
June 4, 2010One of nine involved in project announced May 28
Nuclear science and engineering showcases doctoral research
March 17, 2010Inaugural expo included poster session, research presentations
Nuclear engineer Thomas Pigford, former MIT professor, dies at age 87
March 5, 2010Helped lay the foundation for MIT’s graduate program in nuclear engineering
New technique offers a more detailed view of brain activity
March 1, 2010‘Cleverly designed' MRI sensors detect dopamine, offering a high-resolution look at what’s happening inside the brain.
Gulati hopes to power up nuclear energy for the U.S. and developing nations
February 5, 2010Introducing Saaransh Gulati, EDF-MIT Energy Fellow
Moniz named to Blue Ribbon Commission on America’s Nuclear Future
January 29, 2010Department of Energy panel will provide recommendations on managing used fuel and nuclear waste
Graduate student’s business storms the cinema lighting industry
January 12, 2010Nuclear Science and Engineering graduate student Michael Short is quickly becoming a leader in the cinema lighting industry with his business, the LEDStorm On-Camera Light, which he designed and built in the MIT Hobby Shop.
PSFC collaborates on new Plasma Surface Interactions Center
October 13, 2009The Plasma Science and Fusion Center (PSFC) has partnered with the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and the University of California, Berkeley to create a new center for the study of Plasma Surface Interactions (PSI).
Cement’s basic molecular structure finally decoded
September 9, 2009
Robustness comes from messiness, not a clean geometric arrangement
3 Questions: Kosta Tsipis on nuclear proliferation
February 3, 2009