Research shows the success of a bacterial community depends on its shape.
Research from MIT students indicates that if everyone were to use the revolving doors in Building E25, for example, MIT would save almost $7,500 in natural gas a year. That's enough to heat five houses over the same timeframe, and it also adds up to nearly 15 tons of CO2. More details about the students' work can be found at http://sustainability.mit.edu.
Over the past few months, the Department of Facilities has repaired the revolving doors to prepare them for increased use. However, if you find that a revolving door is too difficult for you to push, call 617-253-4948 or enter a work order through SAPWeb.
If you have any questions about the Resolve to Revolve campaign, please contact Steve Lanou at email@example.com.