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Tiny particles could help fight brain cancer

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Glioblastoma multiforme, a type of brain tumor, is one of the most difficult-to-treat cancers. Only a handful of drugs are approved to treat

5/24/2018

Sensor could help doctors select effective cancer therapy

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

MIT chemical engineers have developed a new sensor that lets them see inside cancer cells and determine whether the cells are responding to a

8/7/2018

A targeted approach to treating glioma

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Glioma, a type of brain cancer, is normally treated by removing as much of the tumor as possible, followed by radiation or chemotherapy. With

8/6/2018

Yearlong hackathon engages nano community around health issues

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

A traditional hackathon focuses on computer science and programming, attracts coders in droves, and spans an entire weekend with three

8/9/2019

MIT “Russian Doll” tech lands $7.9M international award to fight brain

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Tiny “Russian doll-like” particles that deliver multiple drugs to brain tumors, developed by researchers at MIT and funded by Cancer

7/26/2019

World-class diagnostics for low-income communities in sub-Saharan

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Genevieve Barnard Oni’s iPhone lights up with the same notifications dozens of times each day — but they aren’t from a popular Instagram account

7/11/2019

Cancer biologists identify new drug combo

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

When it comes to killing cancer cells, two drugs are often better than one. Some drug combinations offer a one-two punch that kills cells more

7/10/2019

Cancer biologists identify new drug combo

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

When it comes to killing cancer cells, two drugs are often better than one. Some drug combinations offer a one-two punch that kills cells more

7/10/2019

Bridging the gap between research and the classroom

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

In a moment more reminiscent of a Comic-Con event than a typical MIT symposium, Shawn Robinson, senior research associate at the University of

6/27/2019

3Q: The interface between art and neuroscience

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Computational neuroscientist Sarah Schwettmann is one of three instructors behind the cross-disciplinary course 9.S52/9.S916 (Vision in Art

4/17/2019

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