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From freshmen pre-orientation to the Energy Studies Minor to graduate fellowships, we engage students at every level. Our students:

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The Institute’s “mens et manus” philosophy (mind and hand) guides the content of and approaches to teaching and learning energy at MIT.

News

Bath company helps MIT students with electric car

Bath company helps MIT students with electric car

Vehicle to have composite chassis

March 30, 2015Read more
MIT around the world

MIT around the world

MISTI launches a field-specific training series for the MIT community to provide context for those working and traveling abroad.

March 26, 2015Read more
Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam students participate in White House Science Fair

Lemelson-MIT InvenTeam students participate in White House Science Fair

High-school students from two Lemelson-MIT InvenTeams showcased their invention projects for President Obama at the 2015 White House Science Fair.

March 24, 2015Read more
MIT Students Share Ideas About Water Conservation during Oil and Gas  
Processing on the Global Stage

MIT Students Share Ideas About Water Conservation during Oil and Gas Processing on the Global Stage

Three Sophomores to Represent MIT at BP Ultimate Field Trip National Competition Finals in Houston this April

March 17, 2015Read more
Sand Castles Give Real Life Lessons On Urban Dwelling

Sand Castles Give Real Life Lessons On Urban Dwelling

Visiting professor Henri Van Damme on just how sandcastles, cement, and CO2 are closely linked.

March 16, 2015Read more
Modeling nuclear energy

Modeling nuclear energy

Senior Sterling Harper tackles nuclear energy risk with virtual simulation tools.

March 16, 2015Read more
Squitching behavior

Squitching behavior

MIT graduate student Farnaz Niroui demonstrates squeezable nano electromechanical switches with quantum tunneling function.

March 5, 2015Read more
"There’s no more important issue than energy"

"There’s no more important issue than energy"

Speakers at 10th annual MIT Energy Conference see progress, but great need for more research.

March 4, 2015Read more
New Faculty in Engineering

New Faculty in Engineering

Two of the twelve newest additions to the School of Engineering faculty focus on renewable energy.

February 2, 2015Read more

Events

Climate Change and Energy: How Can Young People Take Ownership of Their Future?

Sloan Auto Lab Spring 2015 Seminar Series

Energy UROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program) Application Deadline

IAP-Inertial Confinement Fusion Tour