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Six MIT faculty elected 2020 AAAS Fellows

Choucri, Drennan, Fisher, Gershenfeld, Li, and Rus are recognized for their efforts to advance science.

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Researchers decipher structure of promising battery materials

Family of compounds could someday be useful for fuel cells, supercapacitors, catalysts, and sensors.

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Faculty Forum Online: Course 5 on COVID-19

On June 29, 2020, five Department of Chemistry faculty members discussed their work on COVID-19.

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Shalek paper published in Nature Communications

The paper, “Functional compensation precedes recovery of tissue mass following acute liver injury", was published on November 19, 2020.

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Chemists discover the structure of a key coronavirus protein

The protein, which acts as an ion channel, could be a target for new drugs against the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

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Single-cell study of Ebola highlights virus’s lethal maneuvers

Analysis of individual immune cells shows how Ebola manipulates the immune system.

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Universities should lead the way on climate action, MIT panelists say

An online symposium explores roles for research universities and outlines the Institute’s efforts to be a testbed for research and policy innovations.

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Yogesh Surendranath wants to decarbonize our energy systems

By developing novel electrochemical reactions, he hopes to find new ways to generate energy and reduce greenhouse gases.

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Forging ahead with care and compassion

MIT professors adapt advising to pandemic context.

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Technique recovers lost single-cell RNA-sequencing information

Boosting the efficiency of single-cell RNA-sequencing helps reveal subtle differences between healthy and dysfunctional cells.

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Institute Professor Emeritus Mario Molina, environmental leader and Nobel laureate, dies at 77

The atmospheric chemist shared the Nobel Prize for the discovery that chemicals known as CFCs deplete the ozone layer.

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A step toward a universal flu vaccine

With computer models and lab experiments, researchers are working on a strategy for vaccines that could protect against any influenza virus.

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Cancer researchers collaborate, target DNA damage repair pathways for cancer therapy

Blocking the expressions of the genes XPA and MK2 enhances the tumor-shrinking effects of platinum-based chemotherapies in p53-mutated cancers.

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