By combining chemotherapy, tumor injury, and immunotherapy, researchers show that the immune system can be re-engaged to destroy tumors in mice.
Documentary short, “The Uprising,” showcases women in science who pressed for equal rights at MIT in the 1990s
Film examines the history and international impact of the 1999 Study on the Status of Women Faculty in Science at MIT, through interviews with Nancy Hopkins and other leading scientists.
Researchers glean a more complete picture of a structure called the nuclear pore complex by studying it directly inside cells.
Awards support high-risk, high-reward biomedical and behavioral research.
PhD students discuss their participation in The Poetry of Science project and the importance of bringing the arts into science communication.
MIT alumnus and one other honored for their discoveries of how the nervous system senses temperature and touch.
Vaccinating against certain proteins found on cancer cells could help to enhance the T cell response to tumors.
This year’s projects address mobile evaporative vegetable preservation, portable water filtration, and dairy waste reduction.
Schimmel Family Program for Life Sciences will benefit graduate students and research.