Oceans at MIT
'Let’s just do science': The origins of the graduate climate conference
November 25, 2013The Graduate Climate Conference, led by MIT graduate students in 2013, is an entirely student-run endeavor with a streak of rebellion.
Mission TULiP: A robotic pursuit on the Charles River
October 7, 2013The quest to build fast, cooperating robots that can explore the ocean's dynamic features is happening on the Charles River.
Future of solar geoengineering far from settled
August 16, 2013MIT event brings together geoengineering experts to debate the use of solar radiation management for preventing climate change.
Demystifying the Cretaceous hothouse
March 20, 2013MIT researchers crack longstanding paradox in climate science
Bringing life to computer models of marine microbes
February 19, 2013Biogeochemical modeler Mick Follows named tenured associate professor in MIT's Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences
Tackling a global warming conundrum
January 11, 2013MIT professor and colleagues address major issue in climate science: greenhouse gases versus aerosols.
Remembering ‘Papa Flash’
January 4, 2013MIT Professor Harold Edgerton’s high-speed photography and sonar devices revolutionized ocean exploration.