MIT’s Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research teams up with Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center.
Solar technology has rapidly transitioned to a point where it is increasingly competitive as a source of electricity.
Arup Chakraborty, Bruce Walker, and Darrell Irvine are in pursuit of an HIV vaccine.
Mark ’88, SM ’89 and Jill McDowell support MITx, the Institute’s approach to massive open online courses.
Kamal Youcef-Toumi and Andrew Whittle are working to increase the world water supply by decreasing loss of water through leaks.
Afreen Siddiqi and James Wescoat hope a network of sensors will allow more efficient use of water and the energy used to transport it, while increasing yield of wheat.
Dara Entekhabi’s work could affect a range of issues from our understanding of the conditions for life on Earth to agriculture in Africa.
Alan Berger is developing “the holistic agribusiness city.”
Doug ’75 and Deborah Brown support research on new techniques for purifying water.
Martin Culpepper says that making things is key to innovation.