Third annual conference explores innovation, social justice, and the Institute as a living lab for sustainability.
MIT researchers team up with leaders from the metals and minerals industry to envision a more sustainable future.
A flushless toilet that shrinks waste and a device that detects leaky pipes also won top prizes.
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.
Teams tackling crop spoilage, pesticide pollution, and farming efficiency win annual competition.
Mass. Department of Environmental Protection set to approve application for Central Utilities Plant upgrade
Public hearing scheduled for May 22.