Nanosensors could aid drug manufacturing
August 15, 2013Chemical engineers find that arrays of carbon nanotubes can detect flaws in drugs and help improve production.
The half-billion-dollar idea
April 7, 2013While at MIT, alumnus Todd Zion developed an insulin product that ultimately drew the attention of a pharmaceutical giant.
Research update: A new model accurately predicts three-dimensional sand flow
March 25, 2013Model may be useful in improving the flow of grain in silos, and drug capsules in pharmaceutical manufacturing.
Researchers reverse Fragile X Syndrome symptoms in adult mice
March 19, 2013Picower Institute neuroscientists use single dose of experimental drug; could prove promising for treatment of autism symptoms.
Successful human tests for first wirelessly controlled drug-delivery chip
February 16, 2012Clinical trial of the programmable, implantable device shows promise in treating osteoporosis.
Five companies join the Center for Biomedical Innovation's NEWDIGS program
June 2, 2011Bristol‐Myers Squibb, Johnson & Johnson, Life Technologies, Pfizer and Quintiles will support initiatives in regulatory science and oncology innovation.
Nerve-cell regeneration quest is fast tracked
October 11, 2010Microchip technology rapidly identifies compounds for regrowing nerves, in live animals.
MIT’s Koch Institute in strategic partnership with Ortho-McNeil-Janssen Pharmaceuticals
June 28, 2010Organizations will collaborate in multiple areas of oncology research and technology development.
Biomanufacturing Research Program wins grant from Sloan Foundation
April 13, 2010Will be used to examine globalization and regulatory compliance