Added 2 months ago | 01:34:25 | 318 views
April 9, 2013 Kairn Klieman, University of Houston Abstract Present-day oil producers in Africa suffer from the “oil curse” or the “natural resource curse”; despite massive influxes of oil revenues, economies stagnate, standards of li...
Added 2 months ago | 01:00:00 | 143 views
Logistics is a leading source of carbon. Nearly 6 percent of the greenhouse gases generated by humans come from the flow of products to consumers. Reducing these emissions takes more than setting goals; it requires clear, measurable ini...
Added 3 months ago | 00:43:59 | 349 views
March 12, 2013 Speaker John Kitchin, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University Abstract Electrochemical water splitting may be in integral part of future energy storage strategies by enabling energy storage ...
Added 4 months ago | 01:08:27 | 512 views
February 12, 2013 Speaker Richard Meserve, President, Carnegie Institution for Science Abstract The prospects for nuclear power vary widely from country to country as a result of many factors, ranging from the costs of alternatives, ...
Added 5 months ago | 02:01:57 | 2670 views
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is deeply engaged in responding to climate variability through the Global Warming Solutions Act of 2008 and a Climate Change Adaptation report released in 2011. State officials join MIT fa...
Added 6 months ago | 01:41:28 | 757 views
Please join us at Silicon Valley Bank for an outlook on new and exciting clean technology businesses from an industry-leading group of panelists. Our panel brings together individuals from DoE’s ARPA-E research commercialization ar...
Added 6 months ago | 00:52:45 | 853 views
Funding for renewable energy companies is hard to come by, but Energy Cache, founded by Aaron Fyke, LGO ’02, has attracted worldwide media attention and funding from investors including Bill Gates. As Fyke described to LGO alumni a...
- Architecture & Planning
- Diversity & Inclusion
- Finance & Economics
- Global Awareness & Action
- How To
- Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
- International Affairs
- Just for Fun/Humor
- Life at MIT
- MIT Alum
- National Security
- Public Policy
- Videoblogging or Autobiographical