Family of compounds could someday be useful for fuel cells, supercapacitors, catalysts, and sensors.
Study suggests mechanical properties of spike proteins can predict infectivity and lethality of different coronaviruses.
The protein, which acts as an ion channel, could be a target for new drugs against the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Professor and mentor for more than 20 years at MIT redefined scientists’ understanding of the biology of cell division and proliferation.
Gelatin-based microcarriers offer higher yield and scalability compared to existing commercial microcarriers.
Norepinephrine-producing neurons in the locus coeruleus produce attention focus, impulse control via two distinct connections to prefrontal cortex.
Author Susan Hockfield, MIT president emerita and professor of neuroscience, receives 2020 Science Communication Award.
During her time at MIT, senior Ayesha Ng’s interests have expanded from cellular biology to the social systems that shape public health.
A search committee chaired by Institute Professor Phillip Sharp will work to identify a new director for MIT’s pioneering cancer research center.
Immuneering uses bioinformatics to develop new medicines while also helping large pharmaceutical companies improve their treatments.
Study finds that compressing cells, and crowding their contents, can coax them to grow and divide.