For S-Lab students, the scale is global, and the stakes are real
One of MIT's most significant international partnerships has massive global implications.
Solar technology has rapidly transitioned to a point where it is increasingly competitive as a source of electricity.
Scores of young alumni are dreaming up fresh ways to harness nuclear, wind, and solar power; optimize our use of fossil fuels; and support development of energy solutions.
John Ochsendorf, a pioneer in alternative engineering, is working to design zero-energy buildings for the world.
Karen '85, SM '87 and Perry '85, SM '87 Ha support the Public Service Center and MISTI-Korea because they provide students an opportunity to make a global impact.