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Climate change could damage the fragile zones, causing major carbon emissions.
MIT researchers create a high-temperature device that produces electricity from industrial waste heat.
At the 2017 Assistive Technologies Hackathon hosted at Beaver Works, students created helpful devices for Greater Boston residents with disabilities.
Innovative MIT research focuses on developing systems to perceive and identify objects in their environment and understand social interactions in traffic.
Ranked at the top for the sixth straight year, the Institute also places first in 12 of 46 disciplines.
Former department head and Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering alumnus Joseph Sussman retires after 50 years.
Clothing tinkerers innovate fashion with science-based performance dresswear and 3-D knitting.
Award-winning paper by Arun Singh shows how one of the world’s fastest-growing economies can expand its energy consumption while limiting emissions.
New design could provide communication support in disaster zones.