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.
The MIT Humanitarian Supply Chain Lab implements a rapid assessment process to inform policy.
Cambridge Crops develops an edible, imperceptible coating that might replace plastic packaging to preserve meats and produce.
In the face of Covid-19, the MIT Water Club and the MIT Food and Agriculture Club take their signature innovation prizes online.
Microneedles made of silk-based material can target plant tissues for delivery of micronutrients, hormones, or genes.
Led by Christine Marcus MBA ’12, Alchemista is finding success with a human-centered approach to food service.