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China surpassed the US as the world’s largest automobile market in 2009, leading to visible environmental crises and congestion, but the nationwide increase conceals crucial differences between cities. Both Beijing and Shanghai had about...
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Innovations in electrochemical technologies are paving two complementary pathways towards a more sustainable future. Large-format Liquid Metal Batteries (LMBs) reduce price volatility and increase reliability, especially in urban setting...
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Water supply is a growing challenge worldwide. Water scarcity affects both the developed and the developing world, and it affects regions that are considered dry as well as regions that are not. Water research at MIT covers all aspects o...
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Geology provides the essential context for planning and designing cities. Frequently seen as a solution to problems of urban congestion, the underground environment offers space for transportation, utilities and other critical infrastruc...
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Accelerating urban expansion demands resilient urban design; cities must be simultaneously livable and adaptable. Networks of compact integrated neighborhoods connected by mobility-on-demand pathways offer a vision for cities where resid...
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The Affordable Care Act is changing the landscape of health care provision within the existing system of care and with it the value propositions of major health care providers. Organizations within the health care market place are facing...
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