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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.
Ongoing and planned human tests take a promising approach to fighting cancer by boosting the immune system.
Insights into the disease’s protein culprit could lead to human therapies.
This nanoparticle film could guide surgeons’ tools and help robots grip.
A systems biology map of cells’ responses to DNA damage could provide valuable clues to discovering new cancer drugs.
Carbon nanotubes can send electrical signals to neurons and are being developed for retinal implants.
Alumnus brings commercial expertise to research lab.
John Durant is rethinking MIT’s museum.
MIT’s Carlo Ratti uses location data from cell phones and laptops to create maps of human activity in cities.
MIT’s Gregory Stephanopoulos is making microbes work harder to make ethanol production more efficient.
Making microparticles in a single step.