Professor Xuanhe Zhao’s work with hydrogels marries engineering and medicine.
Xuanhe Zhao’s work with hydrogels marries engineering and medicine.
Multiply Labs’ robotic clusters could ease major bottlenecks in the production of drugs for intractable diseases.
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When you dare MIT people to solve a hard problem like climate change, a lot of them will take you up on it.
New data shows that brain regions in infants just a few months old are specialized for faces, bodies, or scenes.
A new emissions analysis could help determine whether a building project should use timber or steel.
Fossils indicate that dinosaurs may have lived in cooperative herds as early as 193 million years ago.
A coating that shields microbes from oxygen could make it easier for gut bacteria to be used as disease treatments.
A new report finds that material needs are the main motive for immigration from Central America to the US.
An experiment in Indonesia offers insights into what it takes to get people to participate in national health plans.
Marsh plants provide significant protection to coastal areas threatened by climate change. An MIT analysis shows how it works.
The onetime MIT dean fought to bring more students from underrepresented groups into STEM fields.
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