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- Kelly 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 connectionMultimillion-dollar grant to MIT funds research into acute and chronic Lyme diseaseExplained: Why RNA vaccines for Covid-19 raced to the front of the packSMART researchers use lysins to selectively target bacteriaSMART researchers use lysins to selectively target bacteriaMIT labs win top recognition for sustainable practices in cold storage managementLincoln Laboratory establishes Biotechnology and Human Systems DivisionLincoln Laboratory establishes Biotechnology and Human Systems DivisionMIT launches Center for Multi-Cellular Engineered Living SystemsMIT launches Center for Multi-Cellular Engineered Living SystemsImaging method reveals a “symphony of cellular activities”Small molecule, big potential for treating prostate cancerSMART researchers develop gelatin microcarrier for cell productionSMART researchers develop gelatin microcarrier for cell productionCovid-19 “super-spreading” events play outsized role in overall disease transmissionActivist and scholar Angela Davis addresses racism in MIT webcast“The Age of Living Machines” honored by the American Institute of Physics“The Age of Living Machines” honored by the American Institute of PhysicsAI Cures: data-driven clinical solutions for Covid-19Silencing gene expression to cure complex diseasesUniversities should lead the way on climate action, MIT panelists sayLearning by doing, remotelyMachine learning uncovers potential new TB drugsTo make mini-organs grow faster, give them a squeeze3 Questions: Ram Sasisekharan on hastening vaccines and treatments3 Questions: Ram Sasisekharan on hastening vaccines and treatmentsThree from MIT receive National Health Institute AwardsCancer researchers collaborate, target DNA damage repair pathways for cancer therapyby Koch Institute on 1. Oktober 2020 at 19:00
MIT researchers find blocking the expression of the genes XPA and MK2 enhances the tumor-shrinking effects of platinum-based chemotherapies in p53-mutated cancers.