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- Documentary short, “The Uprising,” showcases women in science who pressed for equal rights at MIT in the 1990sVolta Labs: Improving workflows for genetic applicationsCellular environments shape molecular architectureSeven from MIT receive National Institutes of Health awards for 20213 Questions: Sheena Vasquez and Christian Loyo on communicating science through poetryDavid Julius ’77 shares the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicineZeroing in on the origins of Earth’s “single most important evolutionary innovation”Lindsey Backman: Biochemist, mentor, and advocateResearch collaboration puts climate-resilient crops in sightChemical engineering meets cancer immunotherapyBiologists identify new targets for cancer vaccinesNew programmable gene editing proteins found outside of CRISPR systemsJ-WAFS announces 2021 Solutions Grants for commercializing water and food technologiesProfessor Emeritus Paul Schimmel donates $50 million to support MIT life sciences enterprisePlaying with proteinsA pivot from accounting to neuroscienceA pivot from accounting to neuroscienceSchool of Science welcomes new facultyCompany founded by MIT alumnus lets anyone run DNA experimentsJacqueline Lees and Rebecca Saxe named associate deans of scienceKatie Galloway receives NIH award to develop foundational tools for cellular engineeringKatie Galloway receives NIH award to develop foundational tools for cellular engineeringNew drug combo shows early potential for treating pancreatic cancerMapping the cellular circuits behind spittingThe power of twoEngineered yeast could expand biofuels’ reachUncovering the mysteries of milkQueen of heartsQueen of heartsCould all your digital photos be stored as DNA?STEM + humanities = a framework for understanding the worldMIT J-WAFS awards eight grants in seventh round of seed funding2021 MITx Prize winners build community on campus and across the globeLessons from teaching about the pandemic in real-timeA comprehensive map of the SARS-CoV-2 genomeAccelerating the pace of engineered cell therapies, from lab to bedsideBiologists discover a trigger for cell extrusionBiologists discover a trigger for cell extrusion3 Questions: Sheena Vasquez and Mandana Sassanfar on building an outreach initiative from scratchUp for a challenge in the lab and on the matUsing CRISPR as a research tool to develop cancer treatmentsUsing CRISPR as a research tool to develop cancer treatmentsFive from MIT elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences for 2021An on-off switch for gene editingAn on-off switch for gene editingSeeking the cellular mechanisms of disease, with help from machine learningSeeking the cellular mechanisms of disease, with help from machine learningA safer way to deploy bacteria as environmental sensorsMatthew Vander Heiden named director of the Koch InstituteHow industrialized life remodels the microbiomeby Anne Trafton | MIT News Office on 31. März 2021 at 15:00
International study reveals gut bacteria from people in industrialized societies swap genes at much higher rates.