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Evaluating the Risks of Natural Gas
MIT researchers weigh natural gas development options and economic risks for small nations using Cyprus as a case study.
Related: Cyprus Mail - Experts agree that an LNG plant is best option for Cyprus
Better batteries through biology?
MIT researchers find a way to boost lithium-air battery performance, with the help of modified viruses.
Read also: Ethanol not a major factor in reducing gas prices
Droplets break a theoretical time barrier on bouncing
MIT research could aid ice prevention, wing efficiency, and more.
Cooling when there's too much heat
'Hybrid' nuclear plants could make a dent in emissions
Combining nuclear with artificial geothermal, shale oil, or hydrogen production could help slow climate change, study shows.
Read also: Enhancing solar cells with heat
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How global warming could boost green energy in an unexpected way
Christian Science Monitor interviews MIT's Mort Webster
Read also: How do we balance needs of energy, water, and climate?
Confronting climate change from the bottom up
Conference tackles climate change by harnessing the power of crowds.
Related: Guardian - Harnessing the crowd to promote sustainable innovation
'Cool' invention wins first place at MADMEC
Thermoelectric bracelet that helps people maintain a comfortable body temperature.
Read also: Catalyst for business, start-up commercializing an MIT-developed invention
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