In the News

For rooftop solar, one decision could change everything
via The Desert Sun
California’s solar incentives are being revamped.

Why Nike and MIT see textiles as material to climate change
via GreenBiz
New initiatives from Nike aimed at taming its corporate and supply-chain footprint.

How Boeing Could Turn Airplane Noise Into Power
via Popular Mechanics
All those ear-splitting roars are going to waste.

Researcher Views

CCS at a crossroads

CCS is a critical technology if we want to meet long-term climate goals.

Around Campus

MIT-USAID program releases evaluation of water filters
Study of water filters used in Indian homes assesses suitability, scalability, and sustainability

Solar excitement
Modeling electron excitation in organic photovoltaic material could change the future of solar energy

Study shows that climate policy focused on local impact is most effective for Americans
The term "global warming" leaves many Americans cold.


Webcast: Fourth Annual C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium (Day 1)

Wednesday, November 4, 2015
Live webcast

A forum for providing women in clean energy with a range of perspectives on clean energy challenges and opportunities.

Faculty Focus

Moderating extremes in building design
Leon Glicksman develops energy efficiency technologies and strategies for old and new buildings all over the world

Compound potential
Kristala Jones Prather engineers microbes to produce compounds that can be used in industrial processes efficiently and economically

Jacopo Buongiorno named associate head of Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering

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