Grossman led the biology community for eight years, increasing faculty diversity, support for outreach programs and graduate students.
Assistant dean for diversity, equity, and inclusion at the MIT School of Science answers three questions about the work ahead.
The technique can help predict a cell’s path over time, such as what type of cell it will become.
Eight postdocs and research scientists within the School of Science honored for contributions to the Institute.
The clinically-trained cell biologist exploits the liver’s unique capacities in search of new medical applications.
Tomosyn’s tight regulation of neurotransmitter release distinguishes functions of two neuron classes at the fly neuromuscular junction.
MIT Future Founders Initiative announces prize competition to promote female entrepreneurs in biotech
Nine MIT researchers selected as finalists for 2021 prize supported by Northpond Ventures; grand prize winner to receive $250K toward commercializing her human health-related invention.
A new study finds the clusters form small, stable droplets and may give the genome a gel-like structure.
The findings could inform the design of new materials such as iridescent windows or waterproof textiles.
Senior Desmond Edwards has an insatiable curiosity about how the human body works — and how diseases stop it from working.