Koch Institute tiny ovarian tumor technology wins STAT Madness Featured

Angela Belcher, chair of MIT’s Department of Biological Engineering, and Neel Bardhan, postdoctoral fellow in MIT's Koch Institute, with an oversized model of carbon nanotube probes for detecting tiny ovarian tumors. Image, Koch Institute/MIT.
Angela Belcher, chair of MIT’s Department of Biological Engineering, and Neel Bardhan, postdoctoral fellow in MIT's Koch Institute, with an oversized model of carbon nanotube probes for detecting tiny ovarian tumors. Image, Koch Institute/MIT.

An MIT Koch Institute team, led by Angela Belcher, chair of MIT’s Department of Biological Engineering, won the 2020 STAT Madness competition with technology to see tiny ovarian tumors.

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