A recent meeting on the MIT campus laid the foundation for better coordination of global research relating to cement and sustainability.
Calculation developed by MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub shows that when building in areas prone to natural disasters, it pays to make informed decisions.
MultiScale Material Science for Energy and Environment research partnership could reduce the carbon footprint of materials such as concrete.
New understanding of concrete’s properties could increase lifetime of the building material, decrease emissions.
New research shows concrete is a strong choice for the long-term confinement of nuclear waste.
A leader in the field of cement chemistry, Jennings developed the first fully quantitative model of the nanostructure of CSH, the major component of hydrated cement.
Engineer studies materials' role in manufacturing and infrastructure.
MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub works to meet Climate Action Plan goals