Abigail Ostriker ’16 and Addison Stark SM ’10, PhD ’15 share how their experiences with MIT’s energy programs connect them to the global energy community.
In the face of Covid-19, the MIT Water Club and the MIT Food and Agriculture Club take their signature innovation prizes online.
MIT lab offers a model for cost savings, productivity, and safety; principles may also facilitate efficient reopening in the future.
Microneedles made of silk-based material can target plant tissues for delivery of micronutrients, hormones, or genes.
“Every emergency reveals that ‘impossible’ things are actually doable,” President Rafael Reif writes in Boston Globe op-ed.
Online panel discussion hosted by MIT explores best practices for mitigating climate-related risk.
An MIT course arms students with rhetorical weaponry to fight global warming.
The Electricity Strategy Game is a prominent feature in 15.0201/14.43 (Economics of Energy, Innovation, and Sustainability).
Committing to aggressive conservation efforts could rebuild ocean habitats and species populations in a few decades.
Concrete is the world’s most consumed construction material. Yet there’s a lot the public doesn’t know about it or its environmental impact.
Recovering and safely destroying the sources of these chemicals could speed ozone recovery and reduce climate change.