A heart of gold
September 25, 2011New cardiac patch uses gold nanowires to enhance electrical signaling between cells, a promising step toward better treatment for heart-attack patients.
Five companies join the Center for Biomedical Innovation's NEWDIGS program
June 2, 2011Bristol‐Myers Squibb, Johnson & Johnson, Life Technologies, Pfizer and Quintiles will support initiatives in regulatory science and oncology innovation.
MIT Medical Urgent Care transition goes well
January 21, 2011
Two MIT teams design winning solutions for New Orleans
December 6, 2010DUSP and architecture graduate students claim top prizes in the Chase Community Development Competition.
Transitions in motion for MIT Medical
November 8, 2010Late-night urgent care, Community Care Center nearing completion.
Four MIT students win 2010 MIT-CIMIT Fellowships
November 8, 2010Receive multi-year support to work on traditionally underfunded areas in health care.
Academic, industry and government leaders explore systems thinking
October 27, 2010Annual conference examines how approach could help solve the world's pressing problems.
Health plan changes mean more flexibility for employees and families
October 7, 2010Open Enrollment runs from Nov. 1 through Nov. 12
NSF award funds Media Lab researchers work on Autism spectrum disorders
August 20, 2010Collaboration is the first large-scale effort of computer and behavioral scientists to jointly address ASD.
Sanofi-aventis establishes strategic alliance with MIT’s Center for Biomedical Innovation
May 26, 2010Alliance formed to advance cutting-edge research and foster collaboration between academia and industry
MIT Lincoln Laboratory researchers provide support to the U.S. Haiti relief effort
May 17, 2010
BP Agrawal wins $100,000 Lemelson-MIT Award for Sustainability
April 28, 2010Honored for technology that improves access to clean water, health care and business development in rural India
In the World: Better wound treatment for all
April 13, 2010A streamlined version of 'negative-pressure' wound therapy is put to the test in Haiti — and could have 'enormous potential' across the developing world.
Sessions address coming changes in health careSubscribe
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