Glyco enthusiasts from MIT and beyond recently gathered in Bartos Theatre to enjoy presentations of the latest advancements in glycobiology research.
Chemists discover the structures of open and closed states of the channel, which could help the development of antiviral drugs to reduce inflammation.
A look at how the MIT professor spent his day after learning he had won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
For his work on techniques to generate quantum dots of uniform size and color, Bawendi is honored along with Louis Brus and Alexei Ekimov.
MIT engineers developed a new way to create these arrays, by scaffolding quantum rods onto patterned DNA.
Faculty members were recently granted tenure in the departments of Biology, Brain and Cognitive Sciences, Chemistry, EAPS, and Physics.
Biologist Nicole De Nisco ’07, PhD ’13 draws on her love of problem-solving and interdisciplinary skills honed as a student at MIT.
A new approach opens the door to a greater understanding of protein-microbe interactions.
Scientists pinpoint where thousands of individual proteins are made in intact tissue and single cells
A new technology called RIBOmap can give researchers valuable insight into how protein production in animal and human tissue is altered in disease.
The disorganized arrangement of the proteins in light-harvesting complexes is the key to their extreme efficiency.
Ranking at the top for the 12th year in a row, the Institute also places first in 11 subject areas.