MIT professors Dave Des Marais and Caroline Uhler combine plant biology and machine learning to identify genetic roots of plant responses to environmental stress.
The student pitch competition addressed a variety of problems expected to worsen with climate change.
Prototypes tested in India show promise as a low-cost, natural filtration option.
PhD student and 2017 J-WAFS graduate fellow Tzu-Chieh Tang designs living materials to solve environmental challenges, with an emphasis on safety and scalability.
Workshop highlights how MIT research can guide adaptation at local, regional, and national scales.
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.
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.
Powered only by solar energy, a new device developed at MIT could provide relief to regions where water is scare.
Water-starved areas could find new sources by desalinating water that’s much less salty than seawater.