J-WAFS awards $150K Solutions grant to Patrick Doyle and team for rapid removal of micropollutants from water
The grant will enable pilot-scale water treatment systems to be built and tested using sustainable hydrogel microparticles.
Stacy Springs named executive director; Richard Braatz is associate faculty director.
The findings of a large-scale screen could help researchers design nanoparticles that target specific types of cancer.
International award supports early-career scientists and engineers as they pursue interdisciplinary works.
Martin Luther King Jr. Visiting Professors and Scholars will enhance and enrich the MIT community through engagement with students and faculty.
With particles that release their payloads at different times, one injection could provide multiple vaccine doses.
Institute Professor honored for groundbreaking work in nucleic acid delivery and nanoparticles.
Earning the top spot for the 11th straight year, the Institute also places first in 12 subject areas.
MIT research highlights the opportunity to rethink global air quality guidelines.
Tested using a new brain tissue model, the particles may be able to deliver chemotherapy drugs for glioblastoma.
The advance allows the particles to be placed deeper within biological tissue, which could aid with cancer diagnosis or monitoring.