School of Engineering
Portable tool could help scientists learn more about cells’ roles in many diseases.
New members have made advances in artificial skin, wireless communications, nanotechnology, hydrology, and cancer treatment.
Panamanian delegates participating in the U.S. Trade and Development Agency Global Procurement Initiative visited MIT to learn about life-cycle cost analysis models.
A $20 million gift from Lisa Yang and Hock Tan ’75 SM ’75 will catalyze multidisciplinary autism research.
New test helps identify particles for gene delivery or RNA interference.
Incorporating strategies from skilled human planners improves automatic planners’ performance.
Ingestible electronic devices could monitor physiological conditions or deliver drugs.