Research in Southeast Asia quantifies how much wildfire smoke hurts peoples’ moods; finds the effect is greater when fires originate in other countries.
Scientists quantify a previously overlooked driver of human-related mercury emissions.
MIT delegates share observations and insights from the largest-ever UN climate conference.
MIT chemical engineers create a zwitterionic hydrogel system for single-step water treatment with minimal environmental footprint.
The technique could enable restoration efforts and doesn’t require labor-intensive onsite sampling.
Professor Haruko Wainwright describes a new effort to communicate information about managing and disposing of spent fuel from nuclear reactors.
While useful for killing pathogens including SARS-CoV-2, the lights may cause unwanted chemical reactions and should be used with ventilation, researchers say.
The PhD student is honing algorithms for designing large structures with less material — helping to shrink the construction industry’s huge carbon footprint.
MIT researchers work to transform truck powertrain design, with support from the MIT Climate and Sustainability Consortium.
J-WAFS awards 2023 Solutions Grants to bring two water-related innovations to the market.
The findings, based on a single electrochemical process, could help cut emissions from the hardest-to-decarbonize industries, such as steel and cement.