A new kind of chemical ‘glue’

"You could scale electronic segments down to the atomic level by wiring a particle between two cathodes," he says. "It would be the littlest...

Amid mountains of information researchers look for clinically useful correlations

John Guttag, the Dugald C. Jackson Professor in EECS and another individual from bigdata@CSAIL, coordinates CSAIL's Data-Driven Medicine gathering. In addition to other things,...

Key proteins in mucus prevent bacterial adhesion to surfaces

Results from an ongoing MIT contemplate recommend a conceivable new wellspring of security against biofilm arrangement: polymers found in bodily fluid. The MIT natural...

Blood samples could enable better patient monitoring rapidly and efficiently captures...

This sort of gadget could likewise empower customized medications: Once cells are separated from a patient, specialists could test distinctive medications on them to...

connections between neurons and Calcium reveals

To defeat this, the MIT-drove group made a calcium-imaging framework that can be focused to particular cell composes, utilizing a kind of green fluorescent...

New design technique could enable personalized medicine, studies of brain wiring

Cerebrum tissue incorporates numerous kinds of neurons, including inhibitory and excitatory neurons, and in addition strong cells, for example, glial cells. These cells happen...

Slow tumor growth Some cancer mutations

Another investigation from MIT, Harvard University, the Broad Institute and Brigham and Women's Hospital uncovers, out of the blue, that these supposed traveler changes...

Brain-wave patterns that mark loss of consciousness during anesthesia.

"We presently at long last have a target physiological flag for estimating when somebody's oblivious under anesthesia," says Patrick Purdon, an educator of anesthesia...