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Laboratory for Multiscale Regenerative Technologies
Keys to Empowering Young Girls with Tiny Technologies
Dr. Bhatia advocates for gender equity in STEM
Detecting Cancer Early with Nanosensors and a Urine Test - Dr. Bhatia discusses the lab's technology at the Exponential Medicine Conference
Prof. Bhatia discusses the need for increased diversity in biotech in a spotlight story with Xconomy
Watch Professor Bhatia's presentation at Vice President Biden's Cancer Moonshot Summit in D.C.
Dr. Bhatia discusses synthetic biomarkers nanoparticle platform with PNAS podcast
Dr. Bhatia discusses work on engineering a "microliver" in interview with CCTV America
Video of Dr. Bhatia's presentation at the 2016 World Economic Forum on cancer diagnostics
MIT News discusses Dr. Bhatia's participation in StartMIT program
Fast Company Co.EXIST article discusses Dr. Bhatia's recent TEDMED talk about the lab's cancer diagnostic synthetic biomarker technology
Dr. Bhatia to give TEDMED talk on November 20
Dr. Bhatia gave the keynote address at the groundbreaking ceremony for Brown University's new School of Engineering building
Dr. Bhatia participates in panel at 2015 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting
The MIT Convocation for the Class of 2019 included speech from Dr. Bhatia
everywoman article highlights Dr. Bhatia's mentorship, naming her an inspiring "woman to watch"
MIT-K12 video about liver regeneration highlights LMRT work
Lemelson-MIT video features Dr. Bhatia giving a microfluidics demonstration
More attention for the Colonies project: Living wallpaper
Post-doc Tal Danino's artwork featured in campaign to promote vaccination.
Dr. Bhatia participates on "Partnering For Cures" expert panel.
Dr. Bhatia has been selected as the recipient of the 2014 Corning Inc./Lab on a Chip Pioneers of Miniaturisation Lectureship!
"Bridging the Gap in Ovarian Cancer" Symposium at the Koch Institute
CNET features post-doc Tal Danino's collaborative art project.
Post-doc Tal Danino featured by the Galeria Nara Roesler
Bhatia lab trainee, Alex Bagley, highlighted at Koch Institute image awards
Our game NanoDoc to crowdsource nanomedicine attracts wide media attention