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Could carbon monoxide foam help fight inflammation?
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Researchers pioneer a new way to detect microbial contamination in cell cultures
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Exploring emerging topics in artificial intelligence policy
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Tissue model reveals key players in liver regeneration
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Taking the guesswork out of dental care with artificial intelligence
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Study illuminates trade-off between complex words and complex sentences
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New model helps identify mutations that drive cancer
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Robert Langer wins BBVA Foundation Frontiers of Knowledge Award
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MIT-Northpond Program created to advance innovation in engineering and life sciences
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MIT announces 2022 Bose grants for ambitious ideas
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Nanoparticle sensor can distinguish between viral and bacterial pneumonia
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An astrophysicist in a biomedical universe
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Student-powered machine learning
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Collin Stultz named co-director and MIT lead of the Harvard-MIT Program in Health Sciences and Technology
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Study finds natural sources of air pollution exceed air quality guidelines in many regions
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Students imagine better products, services, and infrastructure for an aging society
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Mobilizing across borders to address global challenges
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The physics of gut and brain health
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Engineers develop nanoparticles that cross the blood-brain barrier
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Engineers develop nanoparticles that cross the blood-brain barrier
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SMART researchers enable early-stage detection of microbial contamination in cell therapy
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New gels could help the medicine go down
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New research center focused on brain-body relationship established at MIT
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Emery Brown wins a share of 2022 Gruber Neuroscience Prize
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Artificial intelligence predicts patients’ race from their medical images
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Can artificial intelligence overcome the challenges of the health care system?
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Can artificial intelligence overcome the challenges of the health care system?
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3 Questions: Daniel Anderson on the progress of mRNA vaccines
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Tracing a cancer’s family tree to its roots reveals how tumors grow
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Tracing a cancer’s family tree to its roots reveals how tumors grow
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A single memory is stored across many connected brain regions
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School of Engineering first quarter 2022 awards
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Aging Brain Initiative awards fund five new ideas to study, fight neurodegeneration
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Estimating the informativeness of data
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Structures considered key to gene expression are surprisingly fleeting
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Joystick-operated robot could help surgeons treat stroke remotely
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Engineered bacteria could help protect “good” gut microbes from antibiotics
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Advocating for vaccine equity
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Bridging the worlds of research and industry
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Mentorship and medicine
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Probing how proteins pair up inside cells
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Seeing into the future: Personalized cancer screening with artificial intelligence
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Method for delivering immune system-stimulating drugs may enhance cancer immunotherapy
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3 Questions: Kristin Knouse on the liver’s regenerative capabilities
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Measuring cancer cell state can reveal drug susceptibility
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A stealthy way to combat tumors
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Modeling the mechanisms of metastasis
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Hunting a “Jekyll-and-Hyde” molecule
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Diagnosing cancer with a barcode-inspired test
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Differences in T cells’ functional states determine resistance to cancer therapy
by Grace van Deelen | Department of Biology on 1. November 2021 at 17:25

Researchers decipher when and why immune cells fail to respond to immunotherapy, and suggest that T cells need a different kind of prodding in order to re-engage the immune response.