May 16-18 event, hosted by MIT Solve, will include remarks from Eric Schmidt, Ursula Burns, Yo-Yo Ma, and Luis Alberto Moreno, among other luminaries.
Model finds operating nuclear plants flexibly can reduce electricity costs, increase revenue for nuclear plants, and cut carbon emissions in electric power systems.
At annual event, 10 teams split $92,500 in prize money for designing innovations that improve lives worldwide.
A 4 percent reduction per year in carbon dioxide emissions should net $339 billion in health savings in 2030, researchers estimate.
Study projects likely impacts on food prices, bioenergy production, and deforestation.
Professor of mechanical engineering explains the importance of advancing internal combustion engines and offers his take on recent EPA rollbacks.
Sam McElhinney MBA '17 found a way to help New England small farms, family estates, and orchards by creating a system that enables them to host events easily.
In a new book, MIT professor Yossi Sheffi examines the trade-offs companies face when grappling with sustainability issues.
Robust batteries, solar refrigeration, UV membrane cleaner, and smart factory technologies take home $140,000 in prize money.