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.
Master’s student Pavarin Bhandtivej seeks to bring data to bear on policymaking in Thailand.
MIT’s Susan Murcott is dedicated to providing clean water access and building a new generation of humanitarian water leaders.
Studying usage in Singapore, MIT and SMART researchers find scooter rentals allow for increased sharing frequency and fewer vehicles needed.
A well-known protein family binds to many more RNA sequences than previously thought in order to help neurons grow.
Disruption of condensates in the neurodevelopmental disorder provides insights into how cells compartmentalize chromosomes, as well as new potential therapies.
The King Climate Action Initiative at J-PAL will develop large-scale climate-response programs for some of the world’s most vulnerable populations.
In the Chinese city of Chengdu, one-third of ride-sharing might replace public transit trips.
Peter Reddien's lab at the Whitehead Institute takes a step forward in understanding how neural circuits could be regenerated in adults.
The MIT Humanitarian Supply Chain lab led a blended supply chain management course with Addis Ababa University.