Deep-learning model takes a personalized approach to assessing each patient’s risk of lung cancer based on CT scans.
Biologists have mapped out more than 300 protein kinases and their targets, which they hope could yield new leads for cancer drugs.
Exhibit at MIT's Koch Institute attempts to make visible the luminary personalities behind major scientific and engineering advances.
Using these engineered proteins, researchers can record histories that reveal when certain genes are activated or how cells respond to a drug.
Graduate students Alejandro Aguilera Castrejón and Melanie de Almeida honored for their passion for fundamental biology and discovery science.
Fortifying foods with new polymer particles containing vitamin A could promote better vision and health for millions of people.
Those selected for these positions receive additional support to pursue their research and develop their careers.
Researchers harness new pooled, image-based screening method to probe the functions of over 5,000 essential genes in human cells.
Honoring Salvador Luria, longtime MIT professor and founding director of the MIT Center for Cancer Research
Koch Institute event celebrates the new MIT Press biography “Salvador Luria: An Immigrant Biologist in Cold War America.”
A new technique for studying liver cells within an organism could shed light on the genes required for regeneration.
J-WAFS Fellows discuss their inspiration for pursuing challenges in water and food systems.