On Tuesday, October 8, Broadies with Cancer (BwC) will host the Broad Institute's 3rd bone marrow donor registry drive. Be the Match will be on-site to register participants for its bone marrow donor registry, a database that helps patients worldwide with blood cancers and other life-threatening... read more
Over 15 years ago, the scientific community celebrated the sequencing of the first human genome. It’s time to ask how this monumental effort has transformed biomedical science, from basic research to the understanding and treatment of disease. In the first event of the Broad@15 lecture series, Eric... read more
"Rejuvenate and Repeat," a 20-foot sculpture by Broad artist-in-residence Lucy Kim, is on loan to the Broad Institute. Broadies and members of the public may view it in the lobby of 415 Main until the spring of 2020.
The sculpture features a twenty-foot painted sculpture of bird and corn motifs... read more
We are excited to welcome Juan Caicedo, Hyunghoon (Hoon) Cho, and Luke O’Connor as the newest Schmidt Fellows.
Founded with a generous gift by Eric and Wendy Schmidt, the Schmidt Fellows program helps extraordinary early-career scientists from the mathematical, computational or physical sciences... read more
Fifteen years ago today, we launched a scientific experiment: the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard.
The experiment has worked better than anyone could possibly have imagined.
It’s given rise to an amazing and inspiring scientific community—working every day to transform the... read more
Following the success of Gupi Ranganathan’s Cultured Interactions exhibit earlier this year, the second floor connector will once again be transformed into a temporary gallery. This time Catalyst Conversations founder Deborah Davidson has partnered with Broad to curate an exhibit of the work of... read more
The Office of Communications has given the Broad Intranet a new look and a new home where Broadies can more easily find key information, wherever they, and it, happen to be — and where people without Broad accounts can learn about the best of the Broad community.
One destination with one look... read more
On Monday, April 23, the Broad welcomed children between the ages of 6 and 13 for the first-ever Take Your Little Broadie to Work Day, a day of fun activities designed to expose kids to the Broad’s work and culture, engage their scientific imaginations, and spark their interest in STEM careers. ... read more