Studying these cells could lead to new treatments for diseases ranging from gastrointestinal disease to diabetes.
The winners in the MIT Hyperscore Ringtone Competition, held by Harmony Line Inc., were announced at a gala ceremony on Friday, Jan. 27, in Room 10-250. The celebration included a DJmix of finalist compositions, a performance by the Chorallaries of MIT of the three finalist pieces, a raffle and the presentation of prizes. Electrical engineering and computer science sophomore Alex Vazquez won the undergraduate category for "Wadam Starr," and media arts and sciences graduate student Owen Meyers won the affiliates category for "Oslo at Midnight." Honorable mentions went to mechanical engineering sophomore Lucas Hernandez-Mena for "Trans" and media arts and sciences graduate student Adam Boulanger for "Ambient_04857." To hear and/or download winning ringtones, visit www.h-lounge.com/.