Civil and Environmental Engineering
Principal investigators will receive grants of up to $100,000 per year for up to two years for innovative research on food and water challenges.
Winning teams will use grants to advance research in areas including fuel cells, solar-powered desalination, and impacts of electric vehicle charging on the power grid.
Community members are working on fundraising efforts in the wake of recent quakes in Ecuador and Japan.
Quantitative study of Poland's Bialowieza Forest highlights processes shaping species coexistence and potential impacts of deforestation.
MIT ranked within the top 5 globally for 19 of 42 subject areas.
Beyond 2016: MIT’s Frontiers of the Future event offers a playful introduction to research at MIT.