Climate goals expand impact of MIT waste-processing spinoff that capitalizes on a process called plasma gasification.
PSFC principal researcher is acknowledged for work with U.S. Burning Plasma Organization.
The MIT Energy Club hosts its sixth annual EnergyHack with 260 participants joining in from around the globe in this all-virtual event.
Analysis points to ways engineering strategies could be reimagined to minimize delays and other unanticipated expenses.
An online symposium explores roles for research universities and outlines the Institute’s efforts to be a testbed for research and policy innovations.
Electrically switchable system could continuously separate gases without the need for moving parts or wasted space.
Storage value increases as variable renewable energy supplies an increasing share of electricity, but storage cost declines are needed to realize full potential.
Members of Wyoming’s government and public university met with MIT researchers to discuss climate-friendly economic growth.
Technological innovations, policies, and behavioral changes will all be needed to reach Paris climate agreement targets.
Students on UROP teams agree that teamwork speeds up the research.
Annual MITEI awards support research on methane conversion, efficient energy provision, plastics recycling, and more.
Study investigates capillary-induced deformations in cement’s porous structure.
Inaugural event for MIT’s climate action groups showcases ways the Institute is reaching outside its walls to make new contributions on climate change.