A new method for removing the greenhouse gas from the ocean could be far more efficient than existing systems for removing it from the air.
An MIT team is working to harness combustion to yield valuable materials, including some that are critical in the manufacture of lithium-ion batteries.
MIT Leaders for Global Operations’ collaboration with the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering trains leaders for a rapidly evolving industry.
Since 1968, the MIT-WHOI Joint Program has provided research and educational opportunities for PhD students seeking to explore the marine world.
Senior Sylas Horowitz tackles engineering projects with a focus on challenges related to clean energy, climate justice, and sustainable development.
PhD student Alexis Hocken is working with manufacturers to keep their products from (literally) falling through the cracks in the recycling process.
More than $1 million in funding available to selected Solver teams and fellows.
Researchers urge industry and the research community to explore electrification pathways to reduce chemical industry emissions.
MIT students studying advanced product design explored sustainable chair manufacturing and showed their work in a community exhibition space in Venice, California.