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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.
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.
Nokia and MIT researchers are teaching cell phones to take commands in natural language.
A study of the brain genetics of alcoholism in mice is unraveling the secrets of this disease in humans.
Mass spectrometry, a favorite analytical technique of chemists, may find a place in the operating room.
A technique for imaging freshly made proteins is giving researchers a unique window on the working of genes and cells.
Glowing cells are being used to study heart injuries, stem cell transplants, and processes for signalling in the brain.
Insight into how carrier molecules move through tumors could lead to safer cancer treatments.