An online symposium explores roles for research universities and outlines the Institute’s efforts to be a testbed for research and policy innovations.
High-resolution climate projections could enable a robust adaptation and resilience response.
The atmospheric chemist shared the Nobel Prize for the discovery that chemicals known as CFCs deplete the ozone layer.
Study suggests parts of the Sierra Nevadas formed in a “geologic instant,” more than twice as fast as previously thought.
Study suggests sea ice blocks the flow of carbon both into and out of the ocean, in roughly equal measure.
The rocky world, with its baking-hot surface, is likely not habitable.
Scientists have found evidence of hot springs near sites where ancient hominids settled, long before the control of fire.
Evidence indicates phosphine, a gas associated with living organisms, is present in the habitable region of Venus’ atmosphere.
Project supported by the Simons Foundation aims to reinvigorate environmental science by leaning on Parsons Laboratory's past as a leader in the space.
Those selected for these positions receive additional support to pursue their research and develop their careers.
Thirty-one MIT instructors honored for digital teaching excellence in extraordinary circumstances.