Using fluorescent labels that switch on and off, MIT engineers can study how molecules in a cell interact to control the cell’s behavior.
By analyzing bacterial data, researchers have discovered thousands of rare new CRISPR systems that have a range of functions and could enable gene editing, diagnostics, and more.
Seed projects, posters represent a wide range of labs working on technologies, therapeutic strategies, and fundamental research to advance understanding of age-related neurodegenerative disease.
MIT researchers will partner on interdisciplinary research in human biology and disease.
Glyco enthusiasts from MIT and beyond recently gathered in Bartos Theatre to enjoy presentations of the latest advancements in glycobiology research.
Thirteen new graduate student fellows will pursue exciting new paths of knowledge and discovery.
New research finds RNA-guided enzymes called Fanzors are widespread among eukaryotic organisms.
Five MIT faculty, along with seven additional affiliates, are honored for outstanding contributions to medical research.
By focusing on causal relationships in genome regulation, a new AI method could help scientists identify new immunotherapy techniques or regenerative therapies.
Coupling engineered bacteria with low-power electronics could be highly effective in diagnosis, treatment of bowel diseases.