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- Creating a versatile vaccine to take on Covid-19 in its many guisesNanotube sensors are capable of detecting and distinguishing gibberellin plant hormonesCustom, 3D-printed heart replicas look and pump just like the real thingMIT community members elected to the National Academy of Engineering for 2023A traveler on bioengineering’s many paths3 Questions: Cullen Buie on a new era for cell therapiesPaying it forwardHow to make hydrogels more injectablePeter Dedon named a 2022 AAAS FellowStartups led by MIT mechanical engineers offer health care solutionsSchool of Engineering fourth quarter 2022 awardsPortable cap can measure cognition with pulsed laser lightA global lab for teaching and practicing synthetic biologyKarenna Groff ’22 Named NCAA Woman of the Year2022-23 Takeda Fellows: Leveraging AI to positively impact human healthPortraiture at the intersection of art, science, and societyStrengthening America’s manufacturing baseSelf-assembling proteins can store cellular “memories”MIT’s departments, labs, and centers celebrate the holidaysNew sensor uses MRI to detect light deep in the brainFive from MIT named 2023 Quad FellowsReframing the first-generation academic experienceMIT engineers design a soft, implantable ventilatorTwo from MIT named 2023 Marshall ScholarsMolecules found in mucus could prevent cholera infectionHolding space for tough topicsScientists unveil the functional landscape of essential genesA new control system for synthetic genesAngela Koehler takes on the most challenging drug targetsThe tenured engineers of 2022Doubling down on sustainability innovation in Kendall SquareAn interdisciplinary journey through living machinesMIT events illuminate critical need for menstruation scienceSMART researchers develop quick test to determine immunity against Covid-19Processing waste biomass to reduce airborne emissionsNeurodegenerative disease can progress in newly identified patternsCell Rover: Exploring and augmenting the inner world of the cellSMART Innovation Center awarded five-year NRF grant for new deep tech venturesAnalyzing the potential of AlphaFold in drug discoveryMicroscopy technique reveals hidden nanostructures in cells and tissuesAssay determines the percentage of Omicron, other variants in Covid wastewaterArtificial intelligence model can detect Parkinson’s from breathing patternsEngineers fabricate a chip-free, wireless electronic “skin”Living LEGOsAmy Keating named head of the Department of Biologyby School of Science on 15. August 2022 at 13:00
The computational structural biology researcher continues to serve the department and the MIT life sciences community.