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Energy Policy Institute at the University of Chicago
History predicts that fossil fuel consumption will continue to grow without aggressive efforts to price carbon and improve clean energy technologies.
National Academy of Engineering
MIT professor Emanuel M. Sachs elected to the National Academy of Engineering for work on photovoltaics and 3D printing.
As the new UN climate accord pushes countries to cut carbon emissions, the United States is making progress, But will it continue, and will it be enough?
An MIT lab has produced a device the size of a stamp that harvests energy from bending movements. Commercialising it could be a breakthrough for wearables.
Jessika Trancik, professor of energy studies at MIT, adds her input on what the price drop means for renewable energy markets.
MIT researchers have developed a thin, transparent film that can store solar energy for later use.
The Boston Globe
MIT researchers join global efforts to find ways to cut emissions.
A bright idea to save a beloved technology from the dustbin.
MITEI Director of Research Francis O'Sullivan discusses broad applications for microgrids.
Citation analysis reveals a who's who of researchers with global scholarly impact.
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