MIT researchers meld biology and engineering in the fight against cancer.
By Katherine Bourzac, SM ’04
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Pioneering biologist Robert Weinberg, the first to discover a gene that causes cancer, is now studying how the disease spreads.
Saul Griffith likes taking risks–and attacks problems wherever they arise, without fear of failure.
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September 23-25, 2014