New fellows are working on health records, robot control, pandemic preparedness, brain injuries, and more.
Exhibit at MIT's Koch Institute attempts to make visible the luminary personalities behind major scientific and engineering advances.
Using these engineered proteins, researchers can record histories that reveal when certain genes are activated or how cells respond to a drug.
Using this approach, researchers can map how light spreads in opaque environments.
First-gen MIT graduate students are claiming their identity, forming community, and holding space for one another.
Harnessing these protective molecules may offer a new way to treat the disease, which spreads through contaminated water.