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MIT News Feature

  • A Better Way to Probe
    the Brain

    Polina Anikeeva, PhD ’09, is developing materials that offer low-impact or even wireless connections to the nervous system, allowing researchers to stimulate and collect data from individual brain cells.

  • The Problem Solver

    Cancer. Diabetes. Liver disease. If there’s a bioengineering challenge, Robert Langer, ScD ’74, is ready to tackle it.

  • Family Ties

    When Evelyn Wang ’00 was asked to join the faculty in 2007, returning to Cambridge felt a lot like coming home.

  • Catching Errors

    A portable pill scanner invented by Ívar Helgason, SM ’08, María Rúnarsdóttir, MBA ’08, and Gauti Reynisson, MBA ’10, flags medication mistakes at the hospital bedside.

  • A Turning Point

    Robert Desimone, head of MIT’s McGovern Institute for Brain Research, thinks ­breakthroughs in understanding mental illness are just around the corner.

  • The Body Electric

    Hugh Herr, SM ’93, isn’t just developing more capable prosthetic limbs. He’s rethinking what humans can do.

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