Mathematical simulations show the new approach may offer faster, cheaper, and more accurate detection, including identifying new variants.
HASTS PhD student Rijul Kochhar tracks changing medical and microbial realities, and examines what they portend for society.
Infection during pregnancy with elevated levels of the cytokine IL-17a may yield microbiome alterations that prime offspring for aberrant immune responses, mouse study suggests.
Houston discusses leading the company through the pandemic in a fireside chat hosted by the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.
Researchers analyze and compare pre- and post-pandemic data for introductory biology MOOC 7.00x.
Ian Waitz, Cecilia Stuopis, and Suzanne Blake answer 3 questions on the fall semester and look ahead.
Recommendations from the Institute-wide effort aim to benefit all segments of the community.
Comparison of four oxidation-based cleaners suggests the devices produce their own pollutants and vary in effectiveness.
Now in its 19th year, the WTP brings high school students with little STEM experience to Cambridge for an immersive, four-week exploration of all things engineering.