In the News

India’s Energy Crisis
via MIT Technology Review
Photo essay focuses on Indian energy challenges from the perspective of civilians, industry players, and researchers such as those from the Tata Center for Technology and Design at MIT.

For rooftop solar, one decision could change everything
via The Desert Sun
California’s solar incentives are being revamped.

Why Nike and MIT see textiles as material to climate change
via GreenBiz
New initiatives from Nike aimed at taming its corporate and supply-chain footprint.

Researcher Views

CCS at a crossroads

CCS is a critical technology if we want to meet long-term climate goals.

Around Campus

Arriving at MIT, One Solution at a Time
Sixteen-year-old freshman Ahaan Rungta participated in MITEI's 2015 Energy Freshman Pre-Orientiation Program (FPOP).

MIT-USAID program releases evaluation of water filters
Study of water filters used in Indian homes assesses suitability, scalability, and sustainability.

Solar excitement
Modeling electron excitation in organic photovoltaic material could change the future of solar energy.


Recovery of Uranium from Seawater: Technologies, Economics, and Prospects

Tuesday, October 13, 2015
4:45 - 5:45 pm
Location: 66-110

Novel maritime deployment strategies and recent progress toward practical, large scale recovery of seawater uranium by US laboratories and universities.

Faculty Focus

Carlo Ratti appointed as advisor to European Commission
Urban planning professor will advise on smart cities.

Moderating extremes in building design
Leon Glicksman develops energy efficiency technologies and strategies for old and new buildings all over the world.



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