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Energy and Environmental Engineering

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As one of the most prolific participants in MIT’s Energy Initiative, the Chemical Engineering Department offers an expansive range of energy research opportunities. From paper-thin solar panels, to bacteria-made biofuels, to a math model to optimize natural gas production, our students and faculty use cutting edge resources to address the world’s energy and its environmental impact.
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Monitoring Carbon Sequestration President Obama and Professor Paul Hammond Green Electricity from Natural Gas - image: Christine Daniloff
Monitoring Carbon Sequestration Virus-created Solar Cells and Batteries Green Electricity from Natural Gas
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Research Areas:

   
Batteries Solar Energy
Biofuels New Technologies
CO2 Capture and Sequestration Improving Environmental Impact