Over $20,000 in prizes for MIT students for their fiction, poetry, essays, science writing, and academic writing.
Comparative Media Studies and Writing subjects and schedules.
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Hiring local people, rather than students or academics, as permanent field researchers upset traditional research structures, but has paid off for science and for local communities.
The story of two people with Usher Syndrome — an infant with MYO7A-associated Ushers who was genetically diagnosed in her first year of life, and a retired man who likely suffers from USH2A-associated Ushers, whose life experience exemplifies the condition, but whose specific genetic mutation has never been identified.
Allie Hexley's Karmel Prize-winning piece
Allie Hexley’s Karmel Prize-winning poetry manuscript.
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Melanie Abrams's Karmel Prize-winning piece
“What’ve you gotten me into?” I asked her, again and again. “You’d better have a good answer when I find you.” Winner of the King Prize for Science Fiction.
Steven Truong's Karmel Prize-winning piece
The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) reports that every six seconds–every six fleeting seconds–diabetes takes another person’s life.
Camilo Espinosa's Karmel Prize-winning piece
“These experiments would be a direct downstream application of our A4 immune tolerance system and would also serve as more evidence for using this A4-mediated immune tolerance as a standard part of treatment for similar diseases.”