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The exploratory study of light in the future of caring cities and personalized lighting design in the public space (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2018)Light plays a significant role in urbanization throughout human history. And as the number of people living in the cities has already exceeded half of the world's population, people are facing many challenges like poor ...
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019)The World Resources Institute (WRI) and United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimate that global agricultural food production will need to increase 56% between 2010 and 2050 to meet projected caloric ...
(Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2019)Increased operational demands on Navy vessels extend time at sea and service life, making the accurate prediction of catastrophic failures increasingly challenging. The high value of these capital assets puts great pressure ...