Nonabah Lane, Navajo educator and environmental sustainability specialist with numerous ties to MIT, dies at 46
Lane leaves a lasting legacy at the Institute and on tribal communities around the country.
J-WAFS Fellows discuss their inspiration for pursuing challenges in water and food systems.
Vishnu Jayaprakash SM '19, PhD '22 won for the AgZen-Cloak, an invention that makes pesticides stick to crops, minimizing pollution and water waste.
Now in its second year, the Rise program targets exceptional teenage scholars from around the world for their potential as future change-makers.
Skills learned in the classroom are applied toward health and sanitation projects.
A new field study reveals a previously unobserved fluid dynamic process that is key to assessing impact of deep-sea mining operations.
J-WAFS awards $150K Solutions grant to Patrick Doyle and team for rapid removal of micropollutants from water
The grant will enable pilot-scale water treatment systems to be built and tested using sustainable hydrogel microparticles.
In a recent MISTI course, students engaged on collaborative solutions to climate, health care, and economic development in the Middle East.
Developed by the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology, the assay can provide new details about the type of SARS-CoV-2 circulating in a community.
A study shows that yeast, an abundant waste product from breweries, can filter out even trace amounts of lead.