Profile cover photo
Profile photo
MIT Department of Biological Engineering
69 followers -
The MIT Department of Biological Engineering – Creating Biological Technologies, from Discovery to Design
The MIT Department of Biological Engineering – Creating Biological Technologies, from Discovery to Design

69 followers
About
MIT Department of Biological Engineering's posts

Post has attachment
Prof Ed Boyden receives Google Research Award for Computational Neuroscience.

Post has attachment
Who's up at BATS tomorrow?
Asmamaw (Oz) Wassie (Boyden Lab) & Adrienne Rothschilds (Wittrup Lab)
More info: http://ow.ly/ByrP309isA2
Photo

Post has attachment
Charles Jennings of MIT’s McGovern Institute discusses the intellectual property dispute over the gene-editing technique CRISPR. Full MIT News article below, or here: http://ow.ly/Zoki309hOxR

Post has attachment
"Feng Zhang occupies a corner office on the 10th floor of the gleaming, modern biotechnology palace called the Broad Institute. He is one of the most acclaimed young scientists in the United States, regularly mentioned, even at 35, as a possible Nobel laureate." Full Washington Post article below, or here: http://ow.ly/IeQA309dO33

Post has attachment
Institute Professor Emerita Mildred Dresselhaus, a pioneer in the electronic properties of materials, dies at 86.

Post has attachment
The Wishnok Award for Best Talk at BATS Fall Semester 2016 was awarded today.
Congratulations to our winner: Linyi Gao, in the laboratory of Feng Zhang.
Runner-up: Alison Tisdale, laboratory of Dane Wittrup
Honorable Mention: Ally Huang, laboratory of Ram Sasisekharan
Find more information on the Wishnok Award here: http://ow.ly/l0kv3097l9y
Photo

Post has attachment
BE Prof Mark Bathe merges design and biology at the nanoscale.
"'There’s no other molecular medium we can design and fabricate with such a versatility of geometries and precision at the nanoscale as DNA,' says Bathe... Bathe is now working to harness his DNA nanoshapes to deliver drugs inside the body."
Read full Spectrum article here: http://ow.ly/PQRP30974Ts
Photo

Post has attachment
First BATS of Spring Term today. In addition to the talks, the winner of Wishnok Prize Fall '16 will be announced: http://ow.ly/VuoH3096pA1
Photo

Post has attachment
BATS resumes for Spring Term 2017 tomorrow. Wishnok Prize for Fall Term 2016 to be announced as well. More info here: http://ow.ly/zALT3094lit
Photo

Post has attachment
Today's BE Seminar features Amy E. Herr from the University of California, Berkeley.Her talk is titled 'Profiling Cellular-to-Molecular Diversity Using Electrophoretic Cytometry.'
More information on today's event can be found here: ow.ly/jFJl308Trko
Photo
Wait while more posts are being loaded