World-changing integrative cancer research is now under way at MIT’s Koch Institute.
Molecular bioengineer K. Dane Wittrup is designing cancer-fighting drugs.
Nobel laureate Phillip Sharp says MIT’s new cancer center will blend science and engineering to find new treatments for cancer.
Asst. Prof. Kristala Prather is engineering bacteria and other living organisms to produce biofuels and other useful products.
Prof. Leona Samson hopes that one day treatments for cancer can be tailored to individual patients by determining how DNA repairs itself.
Potential help for arthritis, a safer smallpox vaccine, and more.