Tiny tools help advance medical discoveries
January 8, 2013MIT researchers are designing tools to analyze cells at the microscale.
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The health-insurance markets of the (very near) future
January 2, 2013Policymakers must address ‘tension’ between competition and ease of use.
Improving the accuracy of cancer diagnoses
December 24, 2012New spectroscopy technique could help doctors better identify breast tumors.
Tissue engineering: Growing new organs, and more
December 14, 2012Research could lead to better ways to heal injuries and develop new drugs.
Inspiration from a porcupine’s quills
December 10, 2012Understanding the mechanisms behind quill penetration and extraction could help engineers design better medical devices.
Study: At most a third of us show a consistent approach to financial risk
December 3, 2012Empirically rich new study finds most people alter their risk-management approach depending on the type of financial decision.
MIT Medical sets out to increase breast cancer awareness
October 31, 2012Interactive event in E25 atrium offers information, education.
Taking the sting out of medical tape
October 29, 2012New adhesive comes off quickly, sparing infants’ delicate skin from damage.
Benefits Open Enrollment for 2013 starts Oct. 30
October 25, 2012Relatively low premium increases and no major benefit changes this year.
MIT administers a record number of flu shots at the 2012 walk-in clinics
October 17, 2012
3 Questions with a student leader: Chief EMT Annie Dunham
October 17, 2012MIT senior oversees a team of 50 EMTs
Why cutting-edge medical technology may not lead to exploding health care costs
July 27, 2012New study finds growth of advanced imaging slowed amid financial, medical concerns.
Said and Done for June/July 2012
July 16, 2012Digest of MIT humanities, arts and social sciences
Sharper ultrasound images could improve diagnostics
June 18, 2012New system developed at MIT allows precise measurements and tracking of disease progression.
In the World: MIT-designed cooler preserves tuberculosis drugs, records doses
May 30, 2012A simple cooler could help patients battle antibiotic-resistant tuberculosis.
CloudTop takes top $100K competition prize
May 17, 2012A record 215 teams competed in this year’s business plan competition.
Gauging seizures’ severity
April 27, 2012Simple wrist sensors let neurologists collect better data about patients with epilepsy — and could alert patients that they need to seek medical care.