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Study shows fragile X treatment can incur resistance, suggests ways around it
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Putting artificial intelligence at the heart of health care — with help from MIT
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Putting artificial intelligence at the heart of health care — with help from MIT
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Putting artificial intelligence at the heart of health care — with help from MIT
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Enabling AI-driven health advances without sacrificing patient privacy
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Enabling AI-driven health advances without sacrificing patient privacy
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Weighing cancer cells to personalize drug choices
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Weighing cancer cells to personalize drug choices
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Counting cells may shed light on how cancer spreads
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Using AI and old reports to understand new medical images
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Using AI and old reports to understand new medical images
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Using AI and old reports to understand new medical images
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Deep learning helps predict new drug combinations to fight Covid-19
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Deep learning helps predict new drug combinations to fight Covid-19
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Deep learning helps predict new drug combinations to fight Covid-19
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Toward a smarter electronic health record
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Toward a smarter electronic health record
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Toward a smarter electronic health record
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Making health and motion sensing devices more personal
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Institute Professor Paula Hammond named to White House science council
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Institute Professor Paula Hammond named to White House science council
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Study: Global cancer risk from burning organic matter comes from unregulated chemicals
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Study: Global cancer risk from burning organic matter comes from unregulated chemicals
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Statistical model defines ketamine anesthesia’s effects on the brain
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Statistical model defines ketamine anesthesia’s effects on the brain
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Statistical model defines ketamine anesthesia’s effects on the brain
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Statistical model defines ketamine anesthesia’s effects on the brain
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Bringing precision to musculoskeletal health
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Bringing precision to musculoskeletal health
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Chemical engineering meets cancer immunotherapy
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Chemical engineering meets cancer immunotherapy
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Biologists identify new targets for cancer vaccines
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Biologists identify new targets for cancer vaccines
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At delta v Demo Day, the MIT community celebrates student entrepreneurs
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At delta v Demo Day, the MIT community celebrates student entrepreneurs
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Engineers grow pancreatic “organoids” that mimic the real thing
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Q&A: Dina Katabi on a “smart” home with actual intelligence
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Renovated Hayden Library and courtyard open to the MIT community
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Helping underrepresented doctoral students of color thrive in the broader MIT community
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Comparing seniors who relocate long-distance shows where you live affects your longevity
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Landmark Bio, a biomanufacturing facility co-founded by MIT, breaks ground in Watertown Arsenal
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Study: Ending an eviction moratorium increases Covid-19 hazard
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Study: Ending an eviction moratorium increases Covid-19 hazard
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Drug delivery capsule could replace injections for protein drugs
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Jordan Harrod: Brain researcher and AI-focused YouTuber
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Jordan Harrod: Brain researcher and AI-focused YouTuber
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Laurence Young, professor emeritus of astronautics and renowned expert in bioastronautics, dies at 85
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Social media messages from health care workers help reduce travel-related Covid-19 spread
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Social media messages from health care workers help reduce travel-related Covid-19 spread
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Magnets could offer better control of prosthetic limbs
by Anne Trafton | MIT News Office on 18. August 2021 at 18:00

System uses tiny magnetic beads to rapidly measure the position of muscles and relay that information to a bionic prosthesis.