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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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Dr. Devin Currie is a post-doctoral researcher working with the MIT Tata Center for Technology and Design on a microbial process which converts solid organic waste into biodiesel in India. Dr. Currie's research simultaneously touches on ...
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Origins of MIT's D-Lab come from Fuel from the Fields, an effort aimed at introducing technology to enable smallholder farmers to produce fuel alternatives to conventional wood fuels from their farm waste and in doing so earn additional ...
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Henry Lee, Senior Lecturer of Public Policy with the Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, and faculty Co-Chair of the Energy Technology Innovation Policy project at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. China is con...
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First Energy, is an alternative energy company based in Pune, India that applies biomass and gasification technology to heating applications; specifically home and commercial cooking. It was launched in 2005 as BP energy, a 100% subsidia...
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Sushanta K. Chatterjee, Jt. Chief of Regulatory Affairs from the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission in India, speaking on Renewable Energy Policy and Regulatory Interventions in India focusing on energy access initiatives through ...
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November 20, 2014. Repeatable formulas and spatial products make most of the space in the world. Now, not only buildings but also entire cities have become spatial products that typically reproduce free zone world cities like Shenzhen or...
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Autism has been described as a disorder of general neural processing, but the particular processing characteristics that might be abnormal in autism have mostly remained obscure. I will present evidence of one such characteristic: poor e...
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