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LMRT Publication Highlighted in an Editor's Choice Article in Science Translational Medicine
Former LMRT Member Dr. Simone Schürle Appointed as Tenure Track Assistant Professor of Responsive Biomedical Systems at ETH Zurich
Association for Women in Science Elects New Board Members to Focus on Innovation and Entrepreneurship in STEM
LMRT member speaks at an European Union event on "Health and Innovation: Nanotechnology for Medicine"
Engineered liver tissue expands after transplant
Antibiotic nanoparticles fight drug-resistant bacteria
Dr. Sangeeta Bhatia featured in Bloomberg TV
Dr. Sangeeta Bhatia Interview Featured in Bionieuws (Dutch journal)
Nano-Scale 'Dream Team': 3 MIT Professors Use Tiniest Of Tools Against Cancer
Nanosensor Technology Detects Ovarian Tumors Smaller than two millimeters
Nature Biomedical Engineering blog features post by LMRT researcher Ester Kwon about recent targeted biomarkers publication
Brigham & Women's Hospital Clinical and Research News features Dr. Bhatia
Dr. Bhatia advocates for gender equity in STEM
Broad Institute Blog discusses organoid research advancing biology and engineering, including LMRT's liver aggregates
Bhatia lab postdoc, Jiang He, brings home another ’30 under 30’ award to our home at the Koch Institute
MIT selects news story about LMRT's magnetically activated protease sensors as "Best of 2016"
Magnetically actuated protease sensor technology receives wide press coverage
Prof. Bhatia discusses the need for increased diversity in biotech in a spotlight story with Xconomy
Broad Institute article discussing recent malaria publication
News coverage for the lab's recent CRISPR-plus publication
Press for recent LMRT publication about cancer-fighting bacteria
Press from recent publications on traumatic brain injury
LMRT post-doc delivers lauded speech at Harvard 2016 Commencement
Koch Institute announces the opening of the Marble Center for Cancer Nanomedicine
Check out Dr. Bhatia's TED Talk!
Boston Globe article discusses technology advances coming out of Kendall Square--including Bhatia lab research on bioartificial livers
Dr. Bhatia discusses work on engineering a "microliver" in interview with CCTV America
Nature Biotechnology Feature includes Dr. Bhatia's commentary on important areas of biotech research in the coming years
Image of liver regeneration technology selected as one of the top 20 science images of the year
"A Renaissance Woman for the Nano Age" - MIT Tech Review profiles Dr. Bhatia's career
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
Brown Alumni Magazine article features Dr. Bhatia
MIT student blog discusses Dr. Bhatia's participation in StartMIT, an entrepreneurship workshop
Fast Company Co.EXIST article discusses Dr. Bhatia's recent TEDMED talk about the lab's cancer diagnostic synthetic biomarker technology
Dr. Bhatia one of five highlighted by Forbes México as leaders who "changed the world"
Nature Protocols article featured on journal's homepage
The home of LMRT highlighted by Wired Magazine as "the world's most innovative intersection"
Dr. Bhatia gave the keynote address at the groundbreaking ceremony for Brown University's new School of Engineering building
Scientific American "60 Second Science" features the lab's probiotic cancer diagnostic technology
Dr. Bhatia featured on HHMI homepage
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"
Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology highlights the lab's recent publication creating cancer diagnostic probiotics
Dr. Bhatia selected as one of the "Worldview 100," a list of the most influential people in biotechnology
LMRT Post-doc Tal Danino recognized in Cool Hunting's CH25, a showcase of talented individuals who are "designing the future"
Dr. Bhatia discusses recent cancer-detecting probiotics research in Scientific American podcast
Technology Feature in Nature highlight's LMRT's contributions to organ-on-a-chip development and Hepregen's advances in liver models
The Economist features Dr. Bhatia's organ-on-a-chip review in their article about organ chip technologies
Engineered probiotics can detect tumors in the liver: press for recent STM publication
Dr. Bhatia has won a 2015 Heinz Award for her work in establishing a model liver, creating simple and affordable cancer tools, and encouraging women's involvement in STEM fields
HuffPost writer highlights Dr. Bhatia as one of the most inspirational women
Bhatia postdoc, Tal Danino, featured first in his TED Fellows 2015 class
Ted 2015: Bacteria programmed to find tumours
Recent paper on modeling Malaria in engineered liver tissues featured by NPG
Microprocessing the human liver
Call for more diverse STEM toys includes LEGO Dr. Bhatia
Dr. Bhatia profiled by TechRepublic
The lab's recent malaria research is featured in MIT News
Post-doc Tal Danino's artwork featured in campaign to promote vaccination.
Dr. Bhatia featured in Entrepreneur Magazine
Post-Doc Tal Danino selected as a TED Fellow for 2015
Dr. Bhatia participates on "Partnering For Cures" expert panel.
Dr. Bhatia selected as one of Foreign Policy Magazine's 2014 Global Thinkers
Dr. Bhatia featured in SWE Magazine
The Fall 2014 edition of MIT's SPECTRVM Magazine features a profile of Dr. Bhatia entitled "Sophisticated Medicine."
The lab's work on imaging tumors using carbon nanotubes is featured in Chemical Research in Toxicology
Single-Molecule Array (SiMoA) detection of synthetic biomarkers featured by Chemical & Engineering News
MIT Technology Review features the lab's cancer-diagnostic probiotic technology.
Boston Globe editorial features Dr. Bhatia's accomplishments as a researcher, inventor, and mentor.
CNET features post-doc Tal Danino's collaborative art project.
Sangeeta Bhatia has been selected as the recipient of the 2014 Lemelson-MIT Prize.
Feature in The Scientist highlights growing clinical potential for RNAi, and its use in the Bhatia lab
NanoSTAT technology featured in Chemical & Engineering News
Post-doc Tal Danino featured by the Galeria Nara Roesler
Viral lifecycle model could help cure hepatitis B
Progress towards building artificial livers featured on NPR's 'Here and Now'
Bhatia named among the 100 Most Creative People in Business by Fast Company
Boston Globe features LMRT's low cost urine test for cancer in their Magazine.
The latest advance in LMRT's synthetic biomarker platform achieves cancer detection by paper test
Collaboration with MIT's Manalis lab highlights attogram-scale measurements
MIT Technology Review features Lin et al. thrombosis diagnostic
March et. al. MPCC platform for human malaria makes Top 10 list in Malaria Nexus
TomoNews US animates recent publication on nanoparticle detection of thrombosis (Lin et al.)
The lab's synthetic biomarker platform also detects blood clots
Hepregen launches new tools for drug screening based on MPCC technology
Sangeeta Bhatia selected as one of '10 most influential women in biotech'
Our game NanoDoc to crowdsource nanomedicine attracts wide media attention
Sangeeta Bhatia profiled at the Broad Institute
MPCC platform for human malaria featured in Malaria Nexus
Gates Foundation-funded work on in vitro malaria platform widely touted
Post-doc Sabine Hauert featured in the Lindau Nobel conference blog
InVERT molding paper featured on Nature Communications homepage
Collaboration with the Broad Institute identifies small molecules that expand and mature human liver cells
MIT News features LMRT's synthetic biomarker platform
Science and Science Translational Medicine special feature on Biomaterials includes commentary from Dr. Bhatia
Findings on adhesion molecules involved in metastatic spread of cancer cells featured widely in press
siRNA nanoparticle development highlighted by MIT News and other outlets
Collaboration with Chris Chen's lab featured in BBC News and others
LMRT's microfluidic device for sickle cell disease measurement
LMRT research drives hepatitis research forward with induced pluripotent stem cells