In recognition of his sustainable inventions designed to alleviate suffering in the developing world, Berkeley’s Ashok Gadgil has won the 2012 Lemelson-MIT Award.
MIT researchers have created a glass whose rough finish – at least at the microscopic level – helps keep it clean, glare-free and fog-resistant.
The U.S. Department of Energy and the MIT Energy Initiative announce a three-pronged effort to get women working in and taking on leadership roles in cleantech.
Researchers at MIT say they have uncovered a potential hazard to the future of clean energy technologies: the supply of rare metals.
MIT researchers have developed 3-D solar designs they believe can more than double the solar power generated from a given area, compared to that of traditional solar layouts.
Yale Environment 360 reports on a recent MIT energy conference which brought together innovators in the green technology space to ponder clean energy questions.
The Copenhagen Wheel is more than an electric bicycle concept—it’s also a smart sensing device that provides real time feedback to riders.
Reducing the speed of light using nanotech could lead to new ways to generate electricity, MIT researchers say.
Thanks to Greenbean’s reverse vending machine initiative, it’s never been easier or more fun to recycle unwanted containers into cash or charitable donations.
Miles Barr, who recently completed his Ph.D. at MIT, won the Lemelson-MIT Student Prize for a new approach to solar cells that could make generation ubiquitous.