"I researched the design and operation of micro-grids as a graduate student, but I have always known that there is more to micro-grids than just numbers and models."
CEO of the Institue for Transformative Technologies (ITT) shares 50 Breakthroughs on critical problems facing the global poor on December 1st.
"The intent of innovation is not just creating something new, but also empowering communities."
Tata Fellow is a co-founder of venture Infinite Cooling.
UC Berkeley professor shares her vision of design for developing economies on November 10th.
Natasha Wright discusses her team's solar desalination pilot in India on Global Waters Radio.
Mechanical Engineering professor elected as an American Physical Society (APS) Fellow for his contributions to computational fluid dynamics.
Metabolic engineering pioneer recognized for his work in the engineering of microbes for biofuels production.
Wadhwani Chair in US-India Policy Studies will discuss models of the center-state relationship.
A journey to solve global problems comes full circle.
Providing access to scanning and tracking nerve damage in feet of diabetic patients in rural areas.
Mechanical Engineering Research Exhibition announces 5 Tata Fellow winners.
Ross Bassett, author of The Technological Indian, reveals a new vision of India's growth as an engineering nation.
Using technology to transform cameras and the ways in which we see the world.
Leaders from five of India's most influential non-profit organizations will speak at MIT.
Manipulating bounciness of water droplets to reduce pesticide runoff.
Water filtration could be as simple and affordable as breaking off a tree branch.
Tata Fellow uses his affinity for mathematics to research ways to reuse contaminated water from textile mills in India.
His Tata Center-developed technology uses plant xylem to remove contaminants.
New episode of Sustainable Energy delves into MIT's global energy innovation.