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              MIT has commited to net-zero emissions by 2026,  and charts a course marshaling all of MIT’s capabilities toward decarbonization.
              Image: Christopher Harting
Image: Christopher Harting

MIT researchers find emissions of U.S. buildings and pavements can be reduced by around 50 percent even as concrete use increases.

MIT engineer oversees design and testing of key magnet components for the Institute's SPARC fusion project.

MIT researchers propose a gasoline-ethanol engine that is cleaner and more cost-effective than existing diesel engine technologies to help meet vehicle emission reduction goals.

How-to manual from MIT and the Fashion Institute of Technology codifies successful textiles partnership between designers, engineers.

New superconducting magnet breaks magnetic field strength records, paving the way for practical, commercial, carbon-free power.

Transformational projects bring inclusive, welcoming spaces to the MIT campus.

A new approach increases the efficiency of chemical reactions that are key to many industrial processes.

This year’s projects address mobile evaporative vegetable preservation, portable water filtration, and dairy waste reduction.

To mitigate natural hazards equitably, PhD candidate Ipek Bensu Manav of the MIT CSHub is incorporating social vulnerability into resilience engineering and hazard recovery.