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Neuroscientists at MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital develop a statistical framework that describes brain-state changes patients experience under ketamine-induced anesthesia.
For the past seven years, the MIT University Center for Exemplary Mentoring has created a robust infrastructure of resources, people, and support.
The PhD student uses machine learning as a tool for studying pain and consciousness — and as subject matter for her popular videos.
Laurence Young, professor emeritus of astronautics and renowned expert in bioastronautics, dies at 85
Pioneer in the science of humans in space remembered for far-reaching impact on his field and the people closest to him.
The tabletop diagnostic yields results in an hour and can be programmed to detect variants of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Professors earn tenure in the departments of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Chemistry, and Physics.
Diagnostic nanoparticles could be used to monitor tumor recurrence after treatment or to perform routine cancer screenings.
The sensor technology could also be used to create clothing that detects a variety of pathogens and other threats.
Selective global honor supports early-career scientists and engineers in taking on new pursuits.
Nearly 1,400 joined the AI for Health Care Equity Conference that explored new AI technologies as a platform for change.
Machine learning software advances could help anesthesiologists optimize drug dose.
Simultaneous measurement of neural rhythms and spikes across five brain areas reveals how propofol induces unconsciousness.