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Panelists discuss projects that use MIT as a test bed: (l-r) Associate Professor Kripa Varanasi; Institute for Data, Systems, and Society PhD Student Rachel Perlman; Office of Development, Health and Safety Associate Director Pamela Greenley; an...
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Summer Scholars in materials science and engineering are tackling projects ranging from magnetic thin films to catalysts for energy.

New analysis shows that the design and framing of renewable energy policies can strengthen public support — or opposition.

Kenneth Strzepek applies models to help decision makers advance food security and sustainable development in a climate-compromised continent.

Funding will establish MIT professorship and support low-carbon energy and climate initiatives.

Amanda Giang PhD '17 models a pollutant’s pathways and helps decision makers craft more effective mitigation policies.

Climate change could damage the fragile zones, causing major carbon emissions.

Award-winning paper by Arun Singh shows how one of the world’s fastest-growing economies can expand its energy consumption while limiting emissions.

The following email was sent today to the MIT community by President L. Rafael Reif.

To the members of the MIT community,

MIT graduate student connects the business, engineering, and human elements of producing aerospace technology.