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The Energy Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) is a full-time summer position for 40 hours per week and lasting 10 to 12 weeks, allowing for an immersive, full-time research experience.
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Straight from the cow’s mouth

Desirée Plata aims to capture methane before it warms the climate.

A welcome new pipeline for students invested in clean energy

FUSars program offers undergraduates in-depth research opportunities in fusion science and energy.

Recent energy graduates reflect on their time at MIT
Latifah Hamzah ’12: Creating sustainable solutions in Malaysia and beyond
Awele Uwagwu: From gas to solar, bringing meaningful change to Nigeria’s energy systems
Julia Ortony: Concocting nanomaterials for energy and environmental applications
Collaboration adds extra dimension to undergraduate research
Hardworking undergraduates enrich MIT’s energy ecosystem
“You don’t learn this in class”: Undergraduate researchers build professional skills
Undergrads present research at MITEI conference
Jing Li: Applying economics to energy technology development and deployment
Strong current of energy runs through MIT

Research, education, and student activities help create a robust community focused on fueling the world's future.

Nuclear engineering student advocates for change on campus and Capitol Hill
A piece of the action: Students find niche in low-carbon energy research
Research by MIT undergrad helps crack chemical mystery
Undergraduate energy researchers bridge disciplines in summer projects
Energy UROP: the intersection of research experience and real-world solutions
NSE undergrad Minh Dinh’s love of learning, materials, and programming leads him to research group role
Scenes from undergraduate energy research
Undergraduate Energy Research: Fueled by Team Approach

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