We develop the technology and systems that will transform the future of biology and healthcare. Specific areas include biomedical sensors and electronics, nano- and micro-technologies, imaging, and computational modeling of disease.
Professor James Fujimoto and two additional MIT affiliates honored for influential work on optical coherence tomography, which allows rapid detection of retinal disease, among other applications.
Undergraduate engineering and computer science programs are No. 1; undergraduate business program is No. 2.
The device detects the same molecules that cell receptors do, and may enable routine early screening for cancers and other diseases.
Predictions from the OncoNPC model could enable doctors to choose targeted treatments for difficult-to-treat tumors.
Student-led conference charts the future of micro- and nanoscale research, reinforces scientific community
19th Microsystems Annual Research Conference reveals the next era of microsystems technologies, along with skiing and a dance party.