New technology cuts cell culture time by half and uses more targeted cell sorting and purification methods.
Instrumentation in a pandemic: How the Department of Chemistry Instrumentation Facility rapidly adapted to Covid-19
Rotating reservation systems and strict social distancing helped the DCIF experience as little interruption as possible.
SMART researchers find exposing bacteria to hydrogen sulfide can increase antimicrobial sensitivity in bacteria that do not produce H2S.
MIT engineers devise a temporary film that may help treat diabetes, infections, and other conditions.
“Doing something for the community good is good for me also” is known as gongdexin (in Mandarin), kootokushin (in Japanese), and kongdokshim (in Korean).
Sequential immunization might be safer and more effective than the existing tetravalent vaccine.
Teaching community organizers via WhatsApp yields encouraging results in South Africa, according to MIT Governance Lab research.
Alumni from MISTI’s Empowering the Teachers program innovate together to save lives.