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Your Smartphone Battery Sucks. This MIT Startup Could Change That.

Your Smartphone Battery Sucks. This MIT Startup Could Change That.

SolidEnergy's Lithium-ion batteries may hold the key to the future of batteries.

January 28, 2015Read more
Cities dream of a 'smart' sci-fi future

Cities dream of a 'smart' sci-fi future

MIT urban planning professor Amy Glasmeier talks to Fortune about the plausibility of 'smart' city initiatives like the one underway in Kansas City.

January 26, 2015Read more
Larry Linden: Big changes needed to avert possible climate "catastrophe"

Larry Linden: Big changes needed to avert possible climate "catastrophe"

Alumnus and prominent conservationist calls for carbon tax to combat global warming.

January 23, 2015Read more
Australian Capital Territory Could Take More Electricity from Renewables with  
Liquid Metal Batteries

Australian Capital Territory Could Take More Electricity from Renewables with Liquid Metal Batteries

MIT Professor Don Sadoway's invention may be deployed in Australia.

January 22, 2015Read more
Underground Carbon Dioxide Storage Process Faces Clogs, MIT says

Underground Carbon Dioxide Storage Process Faces Clogs, MIT says

MIT study focuses in on the effectiveness of storing greenhouse gases underground.

January 21, 2015Read more
Sequestration on shaky ground

Sequestration on shaky ground

Study finds a natural impediment to the long-term sequestration of carbon dioxide

January 20, 2015Read more
EPA unveils first methane regulations

EPA unveils first methane regulations

MIT professor Jessika Trancik weighs in on the pending proposal

January 16, 2015Read more
South Korea Launches World’s Second-Largest Carbon Trading Market

South Korea Launches World’s Second-Largest Carbon Trading Market

MIT's Valerie Karplus on implementing a country-wide cap-and-trade program

January 13, 2015Read more