Applying a small voltage to a catalyst can increase the rates of reactions used in petrochemical processing, pharmaceutical manufacture, and many other processes.
The MIT Environmental Solutions Journalism Fellowship provides support to journalists dedicated to connecting local stories to broader climate contexts.
MIT delegates share observations and insights from the largest-ever UN climate conference.
A county-by-county study shows where the U.S. job market will evolve most during the move to clean energy.
The advanced fabrication tools will enable the next generation of microelectronics and microsystems while bridging the gap from the lab to commercialization.
New Decarbonization Working Group will leverage member expertise to explore and assess existing and in-development solutions to decarbonize the MIT campus by 2050.
MIT chemists developed a battery cathode based on organic materials, which could reduce the EV industry’s reliance on scarce metals.
New insights into how proton-coupled electron transfers occur at an electrode could help researchers design more efficient fuel cells and electrolyzers.
The Energy and Climate Hack presented opportunities for students and companies to collaborate and develop innovative solutions.