Data-sampling method makes “sketches” of unwieldy biological datasets while still capturing the full diversity of cell types.
Faculty members Edward Boyden, Paula Hammond, and Aviv Regev recognized for “distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.”
Students and postdocs from MIT's Science Policy Initiative meet with lawmakers on science-engineering-technology Congressional Visit Days 2019.
More effective surgery could boost survival rates for ovarian cancer.
Twisted fibers coated with living cells could assist healing of injured muscles and tendons.
An affordable, easy-to-use handheld sensor, soon to enter the market, can indicate the presence of bacterial contaminants in food in seconds.
Niles, an associate professor of biological engineering and infectious disease expert, succeeds John M. Essigmann.
System could provide fine-scale meshes for growing highly uniform cultures of cells with desired properties.
Academic institutions grant commercial license for CRISPR-based SHERLOCK diagnostic technology in developed world
Rights are protected for broad use in developing world and for public health needs.
Study suggests an alternative way to treat tumors that are dependent on the cancer-promoting Myc protein.
Graduate engineering program is No. 1 in the nation; MIT Sloan is No. 3.
Professor of biology Ernest Fraenkel and visiting scientist Judah Cohen win the Sub-Seasonal Climate Forecast Rodeo competition.
Near-infrared technology pinpoints fluorescent probes deep within living tissue; may be used to detect cancer earlier.