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2022

8.11.2022

The peptide is used by legumes to control nitrogen-fixing bacteria; it may also offer leads for treating patients with too much heme in their blood. (Walker Lab)

8.9.2022

The paper test measures the level of neutralizing antibodies in a blood sample and could help people decide what protections they should take against infection. (Bhatia Lab)

8.1.2022

Utilizing organoids to model early development, scientists employed a developing
microscopy technology to observe that new neurons struggled to attain their
developmental goal. (So Lab) "C:\Users\manda\Dropbox (MIT)\CEHS EVENTS\2022 website articles\Imaging-Technology-Illustrates-the-Migration-Path-of-Neurons-in-Rett-Syndrome.pdf"

6.27.2022

By tracing the steps of liver regrowth, MIT engineers hope to harness the liver’s regenerative abilities to help treat chronic disease. (Bhatia Lab)

6.13.2022

Using this diagnostic, doctors could avoid prescribing antibiotics in cases where they won’t be effective. (Bhatia Lab)

6.12.2022

Complex sugar molecules called glycans could help treat some of the most difficult infections. (Ribbeck Lab)

5.27.2022

When coated onto plastic tubing, the catalysts could act on chemicals flowing through, helping to synthesize drugs and other compounds. (Swager Lab)

4.28.2022

Researchers build a portable desalination unit that generates clear, clean drinking water without the need for filters or high-pressure pumps. (Jongyoon Han lab).

3.7.2022

The computer-vision technique behind these maps could help avoid contrail production, reducing aviation’s climate impact. Read more.

2.28.2022

SMART researchers find explanation for why some patients might experience diarrhea after taking amoxicillin-clavulanate.

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2.1.2022

A computational study shows that dozens of mutations help the virus’ spike protein evade antibodies that target SARS-CoV-2. Read more.

1.11.2022

Professor Bradley Pentelute: Tiny Tides is an automated fast-flow instrument that can synthesize peptide-nucleic acids in a single shot. Read more.