Using this computational system, researchers can identify viral protein sequences that could make better vaccine targets.
Two MIT faculty members earn funding from the G. Harold and Leila Y. Mathers Foundation.
A symbiotic culture of specialized yeast and bacteria can generate tough materials able to perform a variety of functions.
Faculty members recognized for excellence via a diverse array of honors, grants, and prizes over the past two quarters.
A diverse group of researchers is working to turn new discoveries about the trillions of microbes in the body into treatments for a range of diseases.
SWE members develop innovative and creative ways to maintain programming during the pandemic.
Family’s health trauma translates into mission to solve a chronic health problem suffered by more than a million Americans.
Many years of research have enabled scientists to quickly synthesize RNA vaccines and deliver them inside cells.
The discovery can help to cure bacterial infections without inducing resistance or causing harm to good bacteria.
Whitehead Institute and MIT named 2020 Organizational Winners in the fourth annual International Institute for Sustainable Laboratories International Laboratory Freezer Challenge.
Will focus on responding to disasters and humanitarian crises, defending against biothreats, addressing climate change, and improving human health and performance.
M-CELS are purpose-driven living systems with multiple interacting living components.
Fluorescent imaging technique simultaneously captures different signal types from multiple locations in a live cell.