Water-starved areas could find new sources by desalinating water that’s much less salty than seawater.
Eleven principal investigators from six MIT departments will receive grants totaling over $1.3 million, overhead free, for research on food and water challenges.
Choices by consumers and farmers can help limit global warming, but climate change may also curtail those choices in the future.
Meal kits for “food deserts” and crowdsourced crop-pricing platform win Rabobank-MIT Food and Agribusiness Innovation Prize.
Nine student teams pitched solutions to global water issues at annual event.
Water industry publication recognizes J-WAFS director John Lienhard and other influential water sector leaders with strong connections to MIT, in 2018 Top 25 list.
Twenty-two research teams receive $1,443,000 to develop new technological innovations.
MIT researchers supported by J-WAFS present results of their work on food and water security.
New venture launched by MIT will support “tough-tech” companies at work on transformative ideas that take time to commercialize.
Three new projects and two renewals receive J-WAFS Solutions grant funding for 2017-2018.