MIT researchers are using smartphones to gather roadway information previously inaccessible to many departments of transportation.
The Institute commits to net-zero emissions by 2026, charts course marshaling all of MIT’s capabilities toward decarbonization.
The PhD student focuses on three cities and the role of the arts in helping planning institutions to imagine and plan for possible futures.
J-WAFS-supported researchers employ a mechanical approach to more efficiently clean membranes used for desalination.
The student pitch competition addressed a variety of problems expected to worsen with climate change.
The company’s software, based on work by co-founder and Professor Ed Crawley, expedites the process of home energy accreditation.
At MIT Forefront, industry and Institute leaders discuss how businesses play a pivotal role in deploying new technologies that will mitigate climate change.
In the Northeast, Canadian hydropower could make it so.
SuperUROP scholars apply deep learning to improve accuracy of climate models, profitably match computers in the cloud with customers, and more.