Professor Tim Jamison’s company Snapdragon Chemistry helps turn the latest innovations in chemistry into impactful drugs.
Chemical engineers have found a way to load more drug into a tablet, which could then be made smaller and easier to swallow.
Alumni-founded Multiply Labs uses an automated manufacturing platform to produce advanced treatments at scale.
Corning executive Mark Kurz SM ’95 leads a team producing vials for vaccine distribution.
Scalable CRISPRi system from SMART allows scientists to identify and tackle causes of E. faecalis-related diseases and drug resistance.
The discovery can help to cure bacterial infections without inducing resistance or causing harm to good bacteria.
Regina Barzilay wins $1M Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence Squirrel AI award
MIT professor announced as award’s first recipient for work in cancer diagnosis and drug synthesis.
SMART researchers find exposing bacteria to hydrogen sulfide can increase antimicrobial sensitivity in bacteria that do not produce H2S.
The novel approach, developed by MIT chemical engineers, could help create more efficient consumer products, including drugs, cosmetics, and food.
With help from artificial intelligence, researchers identify hidden power of vitamin A and ordinary chewing gum glaze.
New system could free bench chemists from time-consuming tasks, may help inspire new molecules.
A giant in the field of food science and engineering, Karel developed important innovations in food packaging as well as food systems for long-term space travel.