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Looking for better materials for solar cells, LEDs, and other technology, one molecule at a time.
The Boston Globe interviewed MITEI Director Bob Armstrong on the opening of the new center.
While the Arctic Ocean is largely a carbon sink, researchers find parts are also a source of atmospheric carbon dioxide.
MIT economist has co-authored a new survey on the burgeoning research about the effects of the changing climate.
via the Global Energy Initiative
MIT researchers find a biofuel target for U.S. aviation makes progress, but a price on carbon or a carbon offset scheme would provide more bang for the buck.
US engineers have created the "most waterproof material ever" - inspired by nasturtium leaves and butterfly wings.
Particles suspended in cooling water could prevent hotspots in nuclear plant cooling systems and electronics.
SolidEnergy says its new battery materials store more energy and won’t catch fire.
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