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Using “organs-on-a-chip” to model complicated diseases
Using “organs-on-a-chip” to model complicated diseases

A new approach reveals how different tissues contribute to inflammatory diseases such as ulcerative colitis.

“Inactive” pill ingredients could raise the dose of your medication
“Inactive” pill ingredients could raise the dose of your medication

With help from artificial intelligence, researchers identify hidden power of vitamin A and ordinary chewing gum glaze.

MIT graduate engineering, business programs ranked highly by U.S. News for 2021
MIT graduate engineering, business programs ranked highly by U.S. News for 2021

Graduate engineering program is No. 1 in the nation; MIT Sloan is No. 5.

Deep learning for mechanical property evaluation
Deep learning for mechanical property evaluation

New technique allows for more precise measurements of deformation characteristics using nanoindentation tools.

SMART announces new method for processing fluid droplets
SMART announces new method for processing fluid droplets

Microfluidics enables researchers to create unique environment for developing medicine, paving the way for more potent, high-quality drugs.

3Q: Collaborating with users to develop accessible designs
3Q: Collaborating with users to develop accessible designs

An MIT team discusses the pitfalls of “parachute research” and the importance of “sociotechnical” factors.

Covid-19 diagnostic based on MIT technology might be tested on patient samples soon
Covid-19 diagnostic based on MIT technology might be tested on patient samples soon

A variety of MIT research projects could aid efforts to detect and prevent the spread of coronavirus.

3 Questions: Marion Boulicault and Milo Phillips-Brown on ethics in a technical curriculum
3 Questions: Marion Boulicault and Milo Phillips-Brown on ethics in a technical curriculum

Philosophers are part of a team working on transforming technology ethics education at MIT.

Events postponed or canceled as MIT responds to COVID-19
Events postponed or canceled as MIT responds to COVID-19

Changes follow new Institute policies on travel, events, and visitors; some large classes to move online.

3 Questions: Renae Irving on creating supportive learning environments for middle- and high-school students
3 Questions: Renae Irving on creating supportive learning environments for middle- and high-school students

Molecular biology researcher and MIT alumna is an Office of Engineering Outreach Programs (OEOP) instructor.

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