In person for the first time in three years, the 2.007 (Design and Manufacturing I) Robot Competition celebrated its founder.
Nona Desalination is developing a compact water-desalination device that requires less electricity than a cell phone charger.
The 2nd Annual Research Slam featured three-minute talks on cutting-edge research from across MIT in an engaging public showcase and competition.
The student pitch competition included a variety of solutions addressing water access, usage, and maintenance.
At Climate Grand Challenges showcase event, an exploration of how to accelerate breakthrough solutions
Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry calls the initiative “classic MIT.”
A new platform will unite climate models, impact predictions, random control trial evaluations, and humanitarian services to bring cutting-edge tools to Bangladeshi communities.
To better inform local policy in the face of changing weather extremes, MIT researchers seek to advance the modeling of long-term weather risks.
The programs are designed to foster an understanding of how artificial intelligence technologies work, including their social implications.
From nuclear proliferation to climate change, Richard K. Lester taps research talent to map a path toward a sustainable planet.
Faculty leaders highlight innovations that can close longstanding knowledge gaps and reimagine how the world responds to the climate crisis.
Faculty leaders detail promising technologies, materials, and methods that could help unlock a low-carbon future in sectors where emissions are hardest to cut.