Kerwin, who served on MIT’s ocean engineering faculty for four decades, was an internationally recognized expert in propeller design, ship hydrodynamics, and predicting racing yacht performance.July 20, 2021 The environmental toll of disposable masks
A study from Assistant Professor Giovanni Traverso calculates the waste generated by N95 usage and suggests possible ways to reduce it.July 11, 2021 Asegun Henry has a big idea for tackling climate change: Store up the sun
MIT mechanical engineering professor Asegun Henry believes the key to reducing carbon emissions lies in our ability to box up the sun.July 9, 2021 2021 Teaching with Digital Technology Awards honor MIT educators’ innovation and empathy
Steve Banzaert, Technical Instructor of Mechanical Engineering, has been given a 2021 Teaching with Digital Technology Award for using digital technology to improve teaching and learning at MIT.July 9, 2021 The tenured engineers of 2021
Professor Alberto Rodriguez has been granted tenure. Rodriguez specializes in autonomous dexterous manipulation and robot automation.
Mining minerals found 15,000 feet below sea level could help secure a low-carbon future, but at what cost? Researchers including Thomas Peacock, professor of mechanical engineering at MIT, are racing to understand the environmental impact of deep-sea mining.
Anette ‘Peko’ Hosoi finds inspiration while downhill biking at Highland Mountain Bike Park in New Hampshire.