Udayan Umapathi SM ’17 and Will Langford SM ’14, PhD ’19 are co-founders of a Media Lab spinoff building a full-stack platform to enable automation for genomics and genetic engineering.
The results may help engineers develop a way to inject drugs without needles.
Deterministic lateral displacement assay can rapidly assess host inflammatory response, identifying a potentially life-threatening hyper-aggressive immune response.
When they encounter nutrient oases in the marine desert, marine bacteria release a gas involved in climate regulation.
A new approach reveals how different tissues contribute to inflammatory diseases such as ulcerative colitis.
His technology platforms have benefited genomics, diagnostics, and drug screening.
Do-it-yourself bio and maker communities can help NASA meet needs of long-distance missions.
When time matters in hospitals, automated system can detect an early biomarker for the potentially life-threatening condition.