Ulrich Becker, professor of physics, gestures as he shows MIT's cyclotron to "Copenhagen" actors Hank Stratton, Mariette Hartley and Len Cariou, who toured the facility on May 7. The play, currently at the Colonial Theatre in Boston, reenacts a conversation as it might have occurred between German physicist Werner Heisenberg, played by Stratton, and Danish physicist Niels Bohr, played by Cariou. The cast was present Monday night at a symposium on campus exploring the historical evidence and theatrical possibilities of that meeting in Copenhagen in 1941. Photo / L. Barry Hetherington
Hydrogen fuel has long been seen as a potentially key component of a carbon-neutral future. At the 2022 MIT Energy Initiative Spring Symposium, industry experts describe efforts to produce it at scale.