Selected state and local governments will receive support from J-PAL North America at MIT to improve the effectiveness of social programs.
Funds support MIT's global engagement by promoting collaborations between MIT faculty and their counterparts abroad.
Funding supports the development of a “virtual museum” from an archive of experimental works.
Proposals are invited for basic and translational environmental health sciences research.
Principal investigators will receive grants of up to $100,000 per year for up to two years for innovative research on food and water challenges.
Winning teams will use grants to advance research in areas including fuel cells, solar-powered desalination, and impacts of electric vehicle charging on the power grid.
New seed fund encourages collaboration between faculty at MIT and Imperial College London.
Grants totaling $24,870 were awarded to seven proposals in the second Innovation Fund cycle.