With deep roots at MIT, the startup change:WATER Labs has created a toilet that treats waste without water or power.
PhD student and 2017 J-WAFS graduate fellow Tzu-Chieh Tang designs living materials to solve environmental challenges, with an emphasis on safety and scalability.
Through research and student leadership, senior Orisa Coombs is tackling problems including water scarcity, food insecurity, and racial injustice.
Hundreds of students, researchers, and industry experts from around the world gathered virtually in November for a cross-disciplinary exploration of water resilience.
New study suggests waters will become more turbulent as Arctic loses summertime ice.
A team of MIT researchers is using the thermodynamic properties of water evaporation to bring off-grid cold storage of produce to remote, arid regions.
MIT engineers have made their initial design more practical, efficient, and scalable.
The winners of an MIT competition to design a future, climate-ready Boston have landed an award to realize their vision.
MIT students explore algal water purifiers, programmable soil bacteria, and other biological engineering approaches to food and water security.
Work by Professor John Lienhard and Kishor Nayar SM ’14, PhD ’19 was recently recognized by the International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam.
With the campus shut down by Covid-19, the spring D-Lab class Water, Climate Change, and Health had to adapt.
Instrument may help scientists assess the ocean’s response to climate change.
In the face of Covid-19, the MIT Water Club and the MIT Food and Agriculture Club take their signature innovation prizes online.