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MIT News | May 22, 2012
Traditionally, oil prices have been used to gauge the natural gas market; but new research shows that the future of what is currently a cheap fuel is really anyone's guess. Natural gas prices neared the lowest they've been in about a decade this past winter, as utilities scrambled to take...
Researcher Highlight
May 15, 2012

Henry Jacoby co-leads a key study on natural gas, a fuel that has become the largest U.S. energy story in decades.

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Researcher Highlight
New York Times | May 02, 2012

By: JUSTIN GILLIS

Researcher Highlight
The Power Generation | May 01, 2012
Caleb Waugh, co-president of MIT’s Energy Club and a doctoral student in nuclear science and engineering, says that energy is the defining challenge of this generation.
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Recent Event
MIT News | Apr 26, 2012

New York Times’ Andrew Revkin shares lessons with MIT faculty, students at Earth Day colloquium.

By: Vicki Ekstrom

Using new ways to confront persistent challenges is one of MIT’s greatest strengths, and an idea reinforced in regard to climate change by the New York Times writer Andrew Revkin, author of the Dot Earth blog.

In The News
Washington Post | Apr 25, 2012
There are two ways to think about the cost of energy. There’s the dollar amount that shows up on our utility bills or at the pump. And then there’s the “social cost” — all the adverse consequences that various energy sources, from coal to nuclear power, end up foisting on the public.
Apr 23, 2012

New York Times’ Andrew Revkin shares lessons with MIT faculty, students at Earth Day colloquium.

Apr 21, 2012

From the high Himalayas to the poles, the world’s glaciers are melting. What does this mean for your community and our shared Earth? David Breashears presents his stunning new images of the Himalayan glaciers to mark the MIT Museum’s opening of its special exhibition by GlacierWorks: Rivers of...

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MIT News | Apr 20, 2012
Toyota’s Tom Stricker shares his view with MIT students, faculty Video: Watch the event
Apr 18, 2012

As gasoline prices continue to remain high, with the nationwide average jumping 19 cents a gallon in March, Americans and automakers alike are investing in alternatives. But what’s the most effective way forward for the auto industry? Toyota’s Tom Stricker — the company's Vice President,...

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