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.
How a pair of MIT Sloan Executive Education alumni translated teachings from an MIT course to operations improvements at Mexico’s largest brewery.
The MIT team’s project was one of seven pitched at the Rabobank-MIT Food and Agribusiness Innovation Prize competition.
MIT-Denmark launches Green Campus Challenge to imagine a new, sustainable campus, with international collaboration at the center.
Engineered plant nanosensors and portable Raman spectroscopy will help enable sustainable practices in traditional and urban agriculture.
Through research and student leadership, senior Orisa Coombs is tackling problems including water scarcity, food insecurity, and racial injustice.
SMART researchers use Raman spectroscopy for early detection of SAS, which can help farmers better monitor plant health and improve crop yields.
Nanoscale devices integrated into the leaves of living plants can detect the toxic heavy metal in real time.
A team of MIT researchers is using the thermodynamic properties of water evaporation to bring off-grid cold storage of produce to remote, arid regions.
Color-changing array of silk microneedles could help stem outbreaks and avoid food waste.
The King Climate Action Initiative at J-PAL will develop large-scale climate-response programs for some of the world’s most vulnerable populations.