“Committee on the Environment” recognizes integration of design excellence with environmental performance.
With MIGHTR, PhD student W. Robb Stewart aims to speed construction of new nuclear plants to help decarbonize the economy.
Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs discusses the state’s plans to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 and how to get there.
“This is the key, the linchpin that will set a lot of things in the right direction,” says the mechanical engineering professor.
Fiore brings a breadth of expertise in climate science, atmospheric chemistry, and air pollution to MIT.
Lincoln Laboratory’s TROPICS satellites will help scientists study extreme tropical weather once all six are launched next year.
Jacopo Buongiorno and others say factory-built microreactors trucked to usage sites could be a safe, efficient option for decarbonizing electricity systems.
The first MIT student to be named a Michel David-Weill Scholar, Moore is planning a career at the intersection of sciences and environmental policy.
Associate professor of earth science David McGee studies the atmosphere’s response to paleoclimate changes.
Ten principal investigators from seven MIT departments and labs will receive up to $150,000 for two years, overhead-free, for innovative research on global food and water challenges.