Find out about upcoming events of interest to the MIT.nano community here.

SENSE.nano 2020 Symposium: The Body at All Scales

Join us at the 2020 SENSE.nano symposium for an exploration of sensing the body at all scales. From the level of cells, organs, and body systems to individuals and populations, this symposium, broken into three half-day webinars, will highlight the needs for new sensing technologies, showcase research and innovations, and present the impact of these technologies.

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Sustainability in the built environment: Paths toward health growth in our urban environments

Join MIT Center for Real Estate and the MIT Real Estate Innovation Lab for this virtual seminar on August 27 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. EST. Session topics include predicting city growth with machine learning, healthy buildings, the financial impact of street level greenery, and more.

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Confining water environment in liquids for electrochemical energy storage

Dr. Alexis Grimaud
Solid-State Chemistry and Energy Laboratory, Collège de France

Dr. Grimaud's group is developing chemical strategies to constrain the solvation structure of water such that its reactivity can better be studied at electrochemical interfaces. Learn more at this MIT seminar, hosted by the Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE).

Friday, July 24, 3-4pm EDT, via Zoom

Role of nanoscale antigen organization on B-cell activation probed using DNA origami

The Marble Center Distinguished Seminar will feature a talk by Dr. Mark Bathe, Professor in the Department of Biological Engineering at MIT, Associate Member of the Broad Institute of MIT & Harvard, Co-Chair of the MIT New Engineering Education Transformation, and Chair of the MIT Committee on Student Life.

Monday, July 20, 2020
2 p.m. — 3 p.m. EST
Register here.