Civil and Environmental Engineering
Institute ranks within the top 2 in 17 of 48 subject areas.
PhD student Josh Moss uses computer modeling and physical experiments to examine the key transformations that emissions undergo in the atmosphere.
Experts assess potential global destabilization caused by climate change impacts on water supplies, land use, and migration.
Membrane material’s properties could guide design of flexible body armor, new study suggests.
Undergraduate researchers discussed their projects at a well-attended poster session.
Low-cost sensors on Hawaii's Kilauea volcano provide an educational resource and give insight into air quality across Big Island.
Machine learning could help improve the accuracy of long-term forecasts, MIT climatologist argues.
Institute Professor honored for discovering Prochlorococcus, the most abundant photosynthesizing organism on Earth.
"Spider’s Canvas" features the sonification of a 3-D spider web, with each strand “tuned” to a different note.
A research assistant and avid runner, PhD candidate Thomas Petersen discusses his experience both researching and competing on pavement.