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Tata Fellow Charlene Ren is finding new ways of treating and re-using toxic wastewater from India's paper industry. This look inside a working paper mill in Muzaffarnagar, Uttar Pradesh reveals a pressing environmental need for solutions...
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IAP lecture at MIT on Jan.6, 2015 by Gian Paolo Beretta Viewgraphs available at www.gianpaoloberetta.info In this 110 min lecture, in the first about 42 minutes we construct a plausible scenario of primary energy consumption for th...
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How are the oceans changing and what role do they play in climate change? John Marshall is the Cecil and Ida Green Professor of Oceanography in the Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (EAPS) at MIT. He conducts res...
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Speaker: Jeffrey C. Grossman, Professor of Materials Science and Engineering Nov. 18, 2014 Understanding, inventing, and engineering mechanisms and materials for energy production, energy storage, and energy transport are am...
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Video: Chris DeSanty Since its inception in 2009, the MIT Energy Studies minor has been attracting students from a wide variety of academic and personal backgrounds. Now five years old, the Energy Studies minor is the third largest at MI...
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Hear first-hand from a wide range of new types of investors! Jeff Byron, Band of Angels Kacy Gerst, ARPA - E Scott Jacobs, EFW Partners Mark Pacelle, Philips Oliver Janssen, MVP Renewables Bruce Bauer, Global BSN Mark Perutz, DBL Ventur...
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Yiting Wang is a Researcher, Yale University School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Green Markets Lab. Her research focuses on the intersection of climate, energy and development. She traces how these issues have been increasingly...
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Jesse Thornburg is an MIT alumnus (Mechanical Engineering and CMS, SB '11), and currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University. Since graduating from MIT, he spent 2 years in Rwanda and th...
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