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- Volta Labs: Improving workflows for genetic applicationsWeighing cancer cells to personalize drug choicesSchool of Engineering third quarter 2021 awardsCounting cells may shed light on how cancer spreadsDeep learning helps predict new drug combinations to fight Covid-19New bionics center established at MIT with $24 million giftChemical engineering meets cancer immunotherapyNew programmable gene editing proteins found outside of CRISPR systemsEngineers grow pancreatic “organoids” that mimic the real thingJ-WAFS announces 2021 Solutions Grants for commercializing water and food technologiesHelping underrepresented doctoral students of color thrive in the broader MIT communityLandmark Bio, a biomanufacturing facility co-founded by MIT, breaks ground in Watertown ArsenalClimate and sustainability classes expand at MITHelping companies optimize their websites and mobile appsScientists harness human protein to deliver molecular medicines to cellsCompany founded by MIT alumnus lets anyone run DNA experimentsCompany founded by MIT alumnus lets anyone run DNA experimentsInflatable robotic hand gives amputees real-time tactile controlBiological engineers find a new target for malaria drugsNew device can diagnose Covid-19 from saliva samplesGerald Wogan, professor emeritus of biological engineering, chemistry, and toxicology, dies at 91New method opens the door to efficient genome writing in bacteriaA new way to detect the SARS-CoV-2 Alpha variant in wastewaterScene at MIT: In a stroke of lightning, the beauty of nature and architectureSMART researchers develop a method for rapid, accurate virus detectionMicroscopy technique makes finer images of deeper tissue, more quicklySynthetic biology circuits can respond within secondsAnders Sejr Hansen awarded prestigious Pew-Stewart Grant for Cancer Research3 Questions: Anna Jagielska on printing artificial axonsNew face mask prototype can detect Covid-19 infectionSchool of Engineering second quarter 2021 awardsQueen of heartsCould all your digital photos be stored as DNA?MIT J-WAFS awards eight grants in seventh round of seed funding2021 MITx Prize winners build community on campus and across the globeThe potential of artificial intelligence to bring equity in health care“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 towerA safer way to deploy bacteria as environmental sensorsNavigating uncertainty through songHow industrialized life remodels the microbiomeSynthetic mucus can mimic the real thingMethod offers inexpensive imaging at the scale of virus particlesby Anne Trafton | MIT News Office on 29. März 2021 at 15:00
Using an ordinary light microscope, researchers can now obtain images with unprecedented accuracy.