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Glucose-powered brain implants could one day help paralyzed patients
Nanoparticles that synthesize proteins could treat cancer
By helping restore sight to blind children in India, Project Prakash founder Pawan Sinha, SM ’92, PhD ’95, is also able to study how the brain learns to see.
A thrombin-coated sponge stops bleeding on contact
Implanted devices allow wireless control of drug delivery
Proteins that boost longevity following dietary restriction are also linked to anxiety
Adam Riess ‘92 shares prize for physics
Technique for curbing inflammatory cells could help ward off heart disease and cancer
Professor Paula Hammond ‘84, PhD ‘93, helps run the Department of Chemical Engineering. She also leads a polymer lab that’s fighting cancer and developing clean energy technologies.
New drug designed to target any viral infection