A variety of MIT research projects could aid efforts to detect and prevent the spread of coronavirus.
During the community flu clinic on Oct. 3, at least 9,378 people on campus had received vaccinations — an average of one shot every 3.8 seconds.
Study could shed light on how many other proteins bind with membrane cholesterol.
Influenza viruses can hijack host cellular machinery to help mutated viral proteins fold and function.
Second clinic to take place Thursday, Oct. 20, at the Stratton Student Center.
High-speed imaging shows how fluid breaks apart in air, may help identify super-spreaders.
A second clinic will take place Friday, Oct. 16 in the Stratton Student Center.
New research suggests ways to reduce the likelihood that individuals and groups will become infected with influenza.