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- Using machine learning to predict high-impact research“Just ask questions and go for it!”Accelerating the pace of engineered cell therapies, from lab to bedsideAccelerating the pace of engineered cell therapies, from lab to bedsideCollaborators in climate actionFive from MIT elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences for 2021Desirée Plata and Justin Steil win Edgerton Faculty AwardCancer cells soften as they metastasize, study suggestsAnnual KSA meeting envisions Kendall Square coming back “better than ever”Talking outside the towerSMART researchers develop 15-minute immune-profiling assayA safer way to deploy bacteria as environmental sensorsAn artificial intelligence tool that can help detect melanomaNavigating uncertainty through songSchool of Engineering welcomes new facultyHow industrialized life remodels the microbiomeSynthetic mucus can mimic the real thingMethod offers inexpensive imaging at the scale of virus particlesSchool of Engineering first quarter 2021 awardsVaccination by inhalationChoKyun Rha, professor post-tenure of biomaterials sciences and engineering, dies at 87Study: One enzyme dictates cells’ response to a probable carcinogenWomen in Innovation and STEM Database at MIT announces fellowship programLinda Griffith and Douglas Lauffenburger honored for contributions to biological engineering educationTik-Tokking all about scienceAn IAP class in four-part harmonyLidia Vasconcelos, Division of Comparative Medicine staffer, dies at age 53Kelly Metcalf Pate to lead the Division of Comparative MedicineFuture Founders Initiative aims to increase female entrepreneurship in biotechAmy Jin named 2021 Gates Cambridge ScholarHow this biology lab class went virtual during the pandemicMetabolic mutations help bacteria resist drug treatmentBrewing up a dirty-water remedy (and more) with kombucha-inspired biosensorsBrewing up a dirty-water remedy (and more) with kombucha-inspired biosensorsRobert Weinberg receives 2021 Japan PrizeA new tool to investigate bacteria behind hospital infectionsA new tool to investigate bacteria behind hospital infectionsAn origami-inspired medical patch for sealing internal injuriesOur gut-brain connectionRobust artificial intelligence tools to predict future cancer A high-resolution glimpse of gene expression in cellsMIT-Israel tackles present challenges with an eye toward the futureCould lab-grown plant tissue ease the environmental toll of logging and agriculture?Designing in a pandemic to fight a pandemicModel analyzes how viruses escape the immune systemScientists seek insight into Parkinson’s, addiction by tracking gene expression in the brainInspired by kombucha tea, engineers create “living materials”School of Engineering third and fourth quarter 2020 awardsTurning microbiome research into a force for healthMIT Society of Women Engineers’ journey into virtual connectionby Stephanie Tran | Division of Student Life on 4. Januar 2021 at 20:25
SWE members develop innovative and creative ways to maintain programming during the pandemic.