MIT students and postdocs advocate for increased federal support of scientific research on Capitol Hill
Students and postdocs from MIT's Science Policy Initiative meet with lawmakers on science-engineering-technology Congressional Visit Days 2022.
Faculty members Angela Belcher, Pablo Jarillo-Herrero, and Ronitt Rubinfeld elected by peers for outstanding contributions to research.
Cells may use this strategy to clear out toxic byproducts and give their offspring a clean slate.
The 2nd Annual Research Slam featured three-minute talks on cutting-edge research from across MIT in an engaging public showcase and competition.
Competitive seed grants launch yearlong investigations of novel hypotheses about potential causes, biomarkers, treatments of Alzheimer’s and ALS.
Researchers build a portable desalination unit that generates clear, clean drinking water without the need for filters or high-pressure pumps.
Study finds genome loops don’t last long in cells; theories of how loops control gene expression may need to be revised.
Microbes that safely break down antibiotics could prevent opportunistic infections and reduce antibiotic resistance.
The portfolio of multiyear projects focuses on delivering breakthrough solutions.
MIT biological engineers have developed a simple way to identify B or T cells that interact with viral or bacterial proteins.
Why has it taken the scientific community so long to include sex as a biological variable in research and analysis as a matter of course?