Thank you to the Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT for generous collaboration and permission to use Koch Institute Public Galleries images for our 2018 Cambridge Science Festival print materials and website.
All images are courtesy of Koch Institute Image Awards and Koch Institute Public Galleries at MIT
Masters of Disguise: Stealthy Spheres and Clever Camouflage This image shows sugar polymer spheres being attacked by immune cells.
Photo Credit: Andrew Bader, Omid Veiseh, Arturo Vegas. Anderson/Langer Laboratory, Koch Institute at MIT See full Image
Easy Breezy: Particles Prop Open Therapeutic Windows This image shows microscopic drug depots in the lungs.
Photo Credit: Gregory Szeto, Adelaide Tovar, Jeffrey Wyckoff. Irvine Laboratory, Koch Institute at MIT See full image
Duct Duct Goose: Chasing Down Answers in Developmental Biology This image shows mini-organs derived from human breast tissue.
Photo Credit: Daniel H. Miller, Dexter X. Jin. Gupta Laboratory, Whitehead Institute See full image
Tiny Trojan Horses: Tumor-Penetrating Nanoparticles Infiltrate Cancer Cells This image shows fluorescent nanoparticles penetrating into three-dimensional spherical clusters of tumor cells.
Photo Credit: Liangliang Hao, Srivatsan Raghavan, Emilia Pulver, Jeffrey Wyckoff, Sangeeta Bhatia. Laboratory for Multiscale Regenerative Technologies, Marble Center for Cancer Nanomedicine, Koch Institute at MIT See full image
Shape Shifters: Cancer Cells in Motion This image shows how cancer cells move over time. It is generated from a movie by overlaying all time points of the movie into one picture.
Photo Credit: Claudia Schäfer, Gertler Laboratory, Koch Institute at MIT See full image
Body of Knowledge: Self-Organizing Brain Cells The image shows a brain organoid grown on a synthetic PEG hydrogel.
Photo Credit: Collin Edington, Iris Lee. Griffith Laboratory, Department of Biological Engineering See full image