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Healing with hydrogels
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Healing with hydrogels
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Basic cell health systems wear down in Huntington’s disease, analysis shows
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Q&A: Clare Balboni on environmental economics
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Improving sanitation for the world’s most vulnerable people
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Study: Covid-19 communications featuring racially diverse physicians can improve health outcomes for communities of color
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Study: Covid-19 communications featuring racially diverse physicians can improve health outcomes for communities of color
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Study: Covid-19 communications featuring racially diverse physicians can improve health outcomes for communities of color
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Metabolic mutations help bacteria resist drug treatment
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Toward a disease-sniffing device that rivals a dog’s nose
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Toward a disease-sniffing device that rivals a dog’s nose
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Toward a disease-sniffing device that rivals a dog’s nose
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New surgery may enable better control of prosthetic limbs
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New surgery may enable better control of prosthetic limbs
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Robert Weinberg receives 2021 Japan Prize
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Robert Weinberg receives 2021 Japan Prize
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Robert Weinberg receives 2021 Japan Prize
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3Q: Looking back at MIT’s fall semester Covid-19 testing
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3Q: Looking back at MIT’s fall semester Covid-19 testing
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A new tool to investigate bacteria behind hospital infections
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A new tool to investigate bacteria behind hospital infections
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Building equity into vaccine distribution
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3 Questions: Lindsay Case on how cells organize and sense the world
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3 Questions: Lindsay Case on how cells organize and sense the world
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Faster tracking of treatment responses
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Faster tracking of treatment responses
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An origami-inspired medical patch for sealing internal injuries
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An origami-inspired medical patch for sealing internal injuries
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An origami-inspired medical patch for sealing internal injuries
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Faster tracking of treatment responses
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Faster tracking of treatment responses
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Robust artificial intelligence tools to predict future cancer 
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Robust artificial intelligence tools to predict future cancer 
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Robust artificial intelligence tools to predict future cancer 
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Robust artificial intelligence tools to predict future cancer 
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Robust artificial intelligence tools to predict future cancer 
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Catching cancer in the act
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In Brazil, a look at why health care declines around elections
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Understanding antibodies to avoid pandemics
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Understanding antibodies to avoid pandemics
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Why cancer cells waste so much energy
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3 Questions: Moya Bailey on the intersection of racism and sexism
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MIT.nano’s Immersion Lab opens for researchers and students
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Deploying no-contact vitals-sensing kiosks across campus
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Deploying no-contact vitals-sensing kiosks across campus
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Deploying no-contact vitals-sensing kiosks across campus
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School of Engineering third and fourth quarter 2020 awards
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Delivering life-saving oxygen during a pandemic
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Delivering life-saving oxygen during a pandemic
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Turning microbiome research into a force for health
by Zach Winn | MIT News Office on 5. Januar 2021 at 5:00

A diverse group of researchers is working to turn new discoveries about the trillions of microbes in the body into treatments for a range of diseases.