susan-solomon-wins-vinfuture-award-for-female-innovators

Lee and Geraldine Martin Professor of Environmental Studies Susan Solomon has been awarded the 2023 VinFuture Award for Female Innovators. Solomon was picked out of almost 1,400 international nominations across four categories for “The discovery of the ozone depletion mechanism in Antarctica, contributing to the establishment of the Montreal Protocol.”Continue Reading

q&a:-the-latest-in-the-battle-over-plastic-bag-bans

Plus, the counterintuitive way one state improved on bag-ban laws. By Paloma Beltran, Living on Earth From our collaborating partner “Living on Earth,” public radio’s environmental news magazine, an interview by host Paloma Beltran with Judith Enck, former EPA Regional Administrator and president of Beyond Plastics. Continue Reading

mit-researchers-map-the-energy-transition’s-effects-on-jobs

A new analysis by MIT researchers shows the places in the U.S. where jobs are most linked to fossil fuels. The research could help policymakers better identify and support areas affected over time by a switch to renewable energy. While many of the places most potentially affected have intensive drillingContinue Reading

new-mit.nano-equipment-to-accelerate-innovation-in-“tough-tech”-sectors

A new set of advanced nanofabrication equipment will make MIT.nano one of the world’s most advanced research facilities in microelectronics and related technologies, unlocking new opportunities for experimentation and widening the path for promising inventions to become impactful new products. The equipment, provided by Applied Materials, will significantly expand MIT.nano’sContinue Reading