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I’m a freelance journalist based in San Francisco. Before going freelance, I was MIT Technology Review’s material science editor; and I graduated from MIT’s Science Writing program in 2004.
An innovative technique for detecting different biomarkers could result in a precise, easy-to-use diagnostic tool.
Electrical pulses control the release of drugs from a biodegradable thin film.
Sheets of elastic, sticky polymers could replace sutures and provide long-term drug delivery.
Pioneering biologist Robert Weinberg, the first to discover a gene that causes cancer, is now studying how the disease spreads.
MIT researchers meld biology and engineering in the fight against cancer.
A new implantable device can extract stem cells for therapeutic transplant or program cancer cells to die.
An innovative navigation system uses optical signals from hospital lights to guide patients with traumatic brain injuries around hospitals.
Dark-field x-ray imaging could make for more-accurate mammograms and better security screens.
Nanoparticles allow researchers to initiate biochemical events at will.
Harvard researchers are developing the first drug that specifically targets cancer stem cells.