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.
Principal investigators will receive grants of up to $200,000 per year for two years, overhead free, for innovative research on food and water challenges.
Electrochemical method can remove even tiny amounts of contamination.
Teams tackling crop spoilage, pesticide pollution, and farming efficiency win annual competition.
Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Lab (J-WEL) to spark global renaissance in education through innovation at MIT
Empowering underserved populations will be a guiding focus.
Specialized droplets interact with bacteria and can be analyzed using a smartphone.
Over the next century, southern Africa will see widespread decreases in maize production.
Students with a common passion for food and water security share their research at the MIT Water and Food Security Symposium.
Fifth annual MIT Water Summit brings together interdisciplinary panelists to give multiple perspectives on major issues surrounding the water sector.