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We Need More Women in Energy and STEM

We Need More Women in Energy and STEM

C3E Ambassador Amy Francetic, CEO of Clean Energy Trust, writes on the need for more women in energy during the MIT-DOE Women in Clean Energy symposium.

September 16, 2014Read more
DOE-MIT Partnership Awards Women for Energy Leadership

DOE-MIT Partnership Awards Women for Energy Leadership

Eight Clean Energy and Empowerment award winners to be announced

September 16, 2014Read more
MIT spinoff ​Cambrian named 'technology pioneer' for recycling wastewater  
into energy

MIT spinoff ​Cambrian named 'technology pioneer' for recycling wastewater into energy

Spun out of MIT in 2006, Cambrian Innovation develops advanced environmental solutions using biotechnology.

September 12, 2014Read more
Surging Carbon Dioxide Shows Clean Tech Failure

Surging Carbon Dioxide Shows Clean Tech Failure

MIT's Howie Herzog talks about CCS

September 12, 2014Read more
A Super-Strong and Lightweight New Material

A Super-Strong and Lightweight New Material

Nanostructured ceramics could be used to build lighter, stronger airplanes and batteries.

September 12, 2014Read more
Physicists find a new way to push electrons around

Physicists find a new way to push electrons around

Discovery might ultimately lead to new, more energy-efficient transistors and microchips.

September 12, 2014Read more
Paradigm shifter

Paradigm shifter

Maxime Cohen’s research — and tireless work ethic — change business practices for the better.

September 10, 2014Read more
Cheap Drinking Water From The Sun, Aided By A Pop Of Pencil Shavings

Cheap Drinking Water From The Sun, Aided By A Pop Of Pencil Shavings

MIT researchers, led by Engineering professor Gang Chen, have developed a cheap material that desalinates water efficiently and quickly using solar energy.

September 8, 2014Read more
Sun-powered desalination for villages in India

Sun-powered desalination for villages in India

Off-grid Indian communities with salty groundwater could get potable water through a proposed solar technique.

September 8, 2014Read more