Updated: Feb 23
Co-founder of Moderna, MIT Institute Professor Robert Langer discusses COVID-19 research taking place in his lab and how advances in nanotechnology and healthcare could enable humanity to address the current pandemic.
On 22 April 2020, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Professor Robert Langer joined us on a live webinar to discuss the COVID-19 research taking place in his lab, and how advances in nanotechnology and healthcare could enable humanity to address the current crisis.
Prof Langer is a renowned chemical engineer, scientist, serial entrepreneur and biomedical inventor. Known for his contributions to cancer treatment, drug delivery systems and regenerated organs, Prof Langer was named one of the top 25 most important people in biotechnology across the globe by Forbes. Today, he runs the largest biomedical engineering lab in the world.
The webinar received over 3,300 registrations within a week and saw over 2,000 participants from start to end.