Abdul Latif Jameel World Water and Food Security Laboratory (J-WAFS)
In the face of Covid-19, the MIT Water Club and the MIT Food and Agriculture Club take their signature innovation prizes online.
Chemical engineers take a step toward generating ammonia with small-scale, electrochemical reactors.
J-WAFS zeroes in on food security as agricultural impacts of the climate crisis become more apparent
The Abdul Latif Jameel Water and Food Systems Lab presents a new report on climate, agriculture, water, and food security — with plans for more research.
Projects address access to clean water in Nepal via wearable E. coli test kits, improving the resilience of commercial citrus groves, and more.
J-WAFS announces graduate fellowships for Sahil Shah and Peter Godart, both of the Department of Mechanical Engineering.
MIT-India, J-WAFS, and the Indian Institute of Technology Ropar launch fund to facilitate collaborations between faculty and scientists from MIT and ITT Ropar.
Seven finalist teams pitched their business ideas at the Rabobank-MIT Food and Agribusiness Innovation Prize competition.
Solutions grants will aid commercialization of novel MIT technologies to test water safety and improve agricultural productivity.
Graduate students receive J-WAFS fellowships to support research focused on improving water access for rural as well as urban communities.
Eleven principal investigators from six MIT departments will receive grants totaling over $1.3 million, overhead free, for research on food and water challenges.
Choices by consumers and farmers can help limit global warming, but climate change may also curtail those choices in the future.