Company working with Sikes Lab to test feasibility of low-cost diagnostic that could be manufactured by the millions each day.
New adhesive that binds wet surfaces within seconds could be used to heal wounds or implant medical devices.
Projects address access to clean water in Nepal via wearable E. coli test kits, improving the resilience of commercial citrus groves, and more.
MIT startup Inkbit is overcoming traditional constraints to 3-D printing by giving its machines “eyes and brains.”
Projects will develop new AI technologies that detect and prevent diseases.
MITii will hire experts to pursue new business opportunities by matching MIT expertise and innovation with real-world problems.
Generous $1 million gift recognizes the collaborations of the Research Laboratory of Electronics and the Technology Licensing Office to develop MIT intellectual property.
Solutions grants will aid commercialization of novel MIT technologies to test water safety and improve agricultural productivity.
Twenty-two research teams receive $1,443,000 to develop new technological innovations.
New venture launched by MIT will support “tough-tech” companies at work on transformative ideas that take time to commercialize.
Professor James Fujimoto, Eric Swanson SM '84, and collaborators lauded for optical coherence tomography.