Machine-learning model provides risk assessment for complex nonlinear systems, including boats and offshore platforms.
Prizes went to solutions for improving water filtration systems, metal fatigue resistance, and boron production.
Emphasizing the scope and interdisciplinary mission on which it was founded, J-WAFS has a new name: the Abdul Latif Jameel Water and Food Systems Lab.
Experiments show shifting ripple patterns can signal times of environmental flux.
Solutions grants will aid commercialization of novel MIT technologies to test water safety and improve agricultural productivity.
In a novel system developed by MIT researchers, underwater sonar signals cause vibrations that can be decoded by an airborne receiver.
Graduate students receive J-WAFS fellowships to support research focused on improving water access for rural as well as urban communities.
One of the world’s most densely populated regions may push the boundaries of habitability by the end of this century, study finds.
Powered only by solar energy, a new device developed at MIT could provide relief to regions where water is scare.
Results may help identify ancient climates on Earth or other planets.
Water-starved areas could find new sources by desalinating water that’s much less salty than seawater.