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via MIT News Office
Mathematical description of relationship between thickness, temperature, and resistivity could spur advances.
via The Boston Herald
Energy and biological engineering professor Angela Belcher to focus her "challenge" around environmental sustainability, food and water security and renewable energy.
Donald Sadoway and his team have developed a long-lasting solid-state battery they say is easily scaled.
via The Energy Collective
via Architect Magazine
In the last century, windows have evolved from drafty single-panes to energy-efficient triple-glazed and coated glass units.
via Business Insider
Matching output to demand is hard with wind and solar power. MIT's Don Sadoway is working on how to store surplus juice until it is needed.
Carlo Ratti, director of MIT’s SENSEable City Lab, focuses on saving energy through the use of dynamically controlled highly localized heating.
Climate: Now or Never
Technology being developed at Stanford University could slash the need for summertime air conditioning
via The Daily Mail
MIT engineers create device that converts the heat around it into electricty
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