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Predictions from the OncoNPC model could enable doctors to choose targeted treatments for difficult-to-treat tumors.
In addition to turning on genes involved in cell defense, the STING protein also acts as an ion channel, allowing it to control a wide variety of immune responses.
SMART researchers find the enzyne RlmN, which directly senses chemical and environmental stresses, can be targeted in drug development.
By fine-tuning the spin density in some materials, researchers may be able to develop new quantum sensors or quantum simulations.
With a new, user-friendly interface, researchers can quickly design many cellular metamaterial structures that have unique mechanical properties.
Made of cement, carbon black, and water, the device could provide cheap and scalable energy storage for renewable energy sources.
The founders of MIT spinout Active Surfaces describe their thin-film solar technology and their experience winning this year’s $100K.
Researchers discover how to control the anomalous Hall effect and Berry curvature to create flexible quantum magnets for use in computers, robotics, and sensors.