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HMNTL professor and medical doctor team up on research to better manage cancer

Traditionally, someone in a lab will embed tissue in paraffin, pour dye and view it under a microscope to determine if cancer cells are present.
 However, researchers in bioengineering and medicine are going further and looking at the microenvironment, or molecular chemistry of the cancer cells to understand cancer progression.

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News | April 15, 2021

Mechanical synthesis of a Hall effect for light

An HMNTL research team recently published their research, “On-chip optical non-reciprocity through a synthetic Hall effect for photons,” in APL Photonics. Their study investigates the use of an acoustically-modulated photonic resonator chain to produce a synthetic Hall effect.

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News | April 12, 2021

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Profile video of transistor inventor John Bardeen

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Profile video of LED inventor Nick Holonyak Jr.

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