Almost a year ago, we announced one of the most ambitious building projects in MIT’s history. Now we want to bring you up-to-date on the progress we’re making and share stories about where our students and researchers are headed. (As usual, they’re way out in front.)
This message is the first of a regular series of updates on MIT.nano. This facility is the cornerstone of MIT’s future — for our research and for the opportunities we can offer our students. If you want to learn more or get involved in the project, please let us know.
A wafer containing hundreds of gallium nitride chips etched into its surface. The use of “extreme materials” in electronics could reduce energy consumption and make computers far faster. Tomás Palacios.
(Image courtesy of Bryce Vickmark.)