Graduate students receive J-WAFS fellowships to support research focused on improving water access for rural as well as urban communities.
MIT class designs a prototype building to demonstrate that even huge buildings can be built primarily with wood.
One of the world’s most densely populated regions may push the boundaries of habitability by the end of this century, study finds.
MIT researchers examine Turkey to assess the impact of 2015 Paris climate commitments on a national economy.
MIT’s sustainability director describes how 2016 effort has inspired Boston and other cities.
Engineered green spaces can capture and purify stormwater while delivering ecosystem and recreational benefits, MIT researchers report.
Postdoc Michele Bustamante wins Congressional Fellowship for her research analyzing supply risks and cost dynamics for key metals in high technology.
Analysis points the way to energy-efficient systems that take a location-specific approach to cooling and dehumidifying places where people live and work.
Study highlights economic losses for participating countries.