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MIT-Delft University of Technology team places third in Formula Student Germany driverless competition
Teams were scored on speed, construction, performance, and financial planning at one of the world’s largest student engineering competitions.
Study finds that Alzheimer’s damage allows toxins to enter the brain, further harming neurons.
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Gel cushion used to elevate polyps during endoscopy could reduce the risk of tearing the colon lining.
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Advanced functional fabrics workshop, held jointly with AFFOA and industrial partner New Balance, develops concepts for biodegradable footwear, active textiles.
New MIT system of contracting fibers could be a boon for biomedical devices and robotics.