learning + teaching
neural interfacing and control
banking and finance
natural language processing
internet of things
sports and fitness
Converting the patterns of nature and the human body into beneficial signals and energy
Future Worlds | Design and action for the future we want to live in
Cultivating Creativity | Catalyzing a global movement enabling everyone to unlock
and unleash their individual and collective creativity
Space Exploration Initiative
Engineering at the limits of complexity with molecular-scale parts
Connected Mind + Body | Revolutionizing the future of mental and physical wellbeing
Life with AI | Designing the future of smart systems to improve the human experience
Inventing disruptive technologies for nanoelectronic devices and creating new paradigms for life-machine symbiosis
For more details and recent updates visit: https://web.mit.edu/deblina-sarkar/Nanoelectronics has the potential to enable radica…
The rapid advancement of electronic devices and fabrication technologies has further promoted the field of wearables and smart textiles. Ho…
A modular, membrane protein design based biomimetic sensing system named RESENSA (Receptor S-layer Electrical Nano Sens…
For more details and recent updates visit: https://web.mit.edu/deblina-sarkar/We are developing nano-devices using meta-mat…
The device detects the same molecules that cell receptors do, and may enable routine early screening for cancers and other diseases.
Supported by the Space Exploration Initiative, the student-run HUMANS project aims to increase global representation in space.
Professor Deblina Sarkar discusses a miniature antenna that can transmit data from inside cells without using damaging microwaves.
Jorg Scholvin talks to MIT News about his range of experiences at MIT, including current work as an assistant director at MIT.nano.
AbstractDevices that facilitate nonverbal communication typically require high computational loads or have rigid and bulky form factors&nbs…
She is being recognized by the NIH for unusually innovative work in the development of biomedical implants that defy the need for surgery.
MIT researchers describe an intracellular antenna that's compatible with 3D biological systems + can operate wirelessly inside a living cell
For more details and recent updates visit: https://web.mit.edu/deblina-sarkar/For understanding the brain structure, it is neces…
Separating densely packed molecules before imaging allows them to become visible for the first time.
For more details and recent updates visit: https://web.mit.edu/deblina-sarkar/Sensors, especially biosensors, are indispensable …
The finding opens up avenues to the development of integrated circuits that have extremely low power consumption.
For more details and recent updates visit: https://web.mit.edu/deblina-sarkar/Electronics are ubiquitous in today’s world, with …
Revealing insights into the human condition and repairing brain disorders via novel tools for mapping and fixing brain computations
We have pioneered the development of fully genetically encoded reagents that, when targeted to specific cells, enable their physiology to b…
Entrepreneurial science award recognizes scientists whose work opens up “new dimensions of economic progress."
New research group aims to bridge the gap between nanotechnology and synthetic biology.