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New research with mice suggests that the healing process after breast cancer surgery may trigger dormant cancer cells and lead to a relapse within 12-18 months.
MIT researchers have developed a computer interface that can transcribe words that the user verbalizes internally but does not actually speak aloud.
MIT engineers have developed a kirigami-style adhesive film that can stick to deformable regions of the body, such as the knee and elbow and maintain its hold even after 100 bending cycles.
MIT researchers are developing a third-generation robotic Cheetah will initially act as a spectral inspection robot in hazardous environments such as a compromised nuclear plant or chemical factory. It will then evolve to serve other emergency response needs.

A team of MIT computer scientists has unveiled “SoFi,” a soft robotic fish that can independently swim alongside real fish in the ocean.

MIT researchers have developed a system that can produce images of objects shrouded by fog so thick that human vision can’t penetrate it. It can also gauge the objects’ distance.
MIT engineers have developed new technology that could be used to evaluate new drugs and detect possible side effects before the drugs are tested in humans.
A new study finds that engaging young children in conversation is more important for brain development than "dumping words" on them.
MIT researchers have developed a new chip that reduces neural networks’ power consumption by up to 95 percent, making them practical for battery-powered devices.
MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) has developed NanoMap, a system that allows drones to consistently fly 20 miles per hour through dense environments such as forests and warehouses.