Jeffrey Karp, MIT HST faculty and co-director of the Center for Regenerative Therapeutics at Brigham and Women's Hospital, delivers his "News at Noon" talk at the MIT Museum. The event is co-sponsored by the MIT News Office and the Museum, and features researchers discussing their recently promoted work.
On Nov. 2, Karp discussed his team's new medical adhesive that is safe enough for an infant's delicate skin.
Presenters for "News at Noon" are announced each week following an appearance in MIT News. Come and connect with local colleagues before and after the program. Free admission to all. Learn more at http://web.mit.edu/museum/pdf/MITNewsAtNoon-F12.pdf
Read more about Karp's work at http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2012/new-medical-tape-for-sensitive-skin-1029.html
Learn about the MIT Museum at http://web.mit.edu/museum/
Video: MIT Video Productions/AMPS; MIT News
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