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Some of the ocean's most powerful waves are hidden.
Drinkable liquids have been consumed at the Muddy Charles Pub since 1968.
It's a system that's worth its salt.
One researcher seeks to improve water and sanitation services in South Asia.
Not if the MIT Environmental Research Council has anything to say about it.
MIT has educated more astronauts than any other private university.
MIT merges body and machine to make walking easier for the disabled.
MIT's first female graduate, Ellen Swallow Richards, set water-quality and sewage treatment methods back in 1887.
The MIT H20 1B project will provide clean water for 1 billion people.
MIT joins a bold new initiative to develop an AIDS vaccine
See the MIT student who developed the filters for her master's thesis.
Bill Gates applauds MIT's efforts in the developing world.
How do we plan and design water infrastructure for developing countries?
One student's beef with the food industry inspired the eco-friendly Clover Food Lab.
Try on this tasty blog for a "Slice of MIT."
These "genes" are teaming up with nanoscience to treat ovarian cancer.
MIT students look at ways to conserve America's water.
MIT's novel system means less fresh water down the drain.
But that's not all we're doing to save energy and resources on campus.
This MIT student turned her plastic bottle pet-peeve into a PET project.
At MIT, students drink from a fire hose.
An MIT scientist tackles an even bigger leak.
One MIT Professor is disaster-proofing the tap.
Do microbial "beings" on Mars share a common ancestor on Earth?
MIT's Engineers Without Borders travel to places that need clean water.
An MIT professor and a New York Times reporter call MIT to action.