Within minutes, the earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear meltdown on March 11, 2011, brought an unprecedented wave of death, displacement, and destruction to Japan.
Technique may help scientists more accurately map vast underground geologic structures.
MIT team’s online platform links those who need aid with those who can help. (Este artículo está disponible en español.)
International workshop funded by new MISTI Global Seed Fund showcases the potential of energy-based structural analysis and sensing.
Continuing seismic activity could pose additional hazards to infrastructure.
Community members are working on fundraising efforts in the wake of recent quakes in Ecuador and Japan.
Quakes can change elastic properties of the Earth’s crust up to 6,000 kilometers away.
The Bloom Nepal School, founded on MIT's "mens-et-manus" ethos, was destroyed by the Nepal earthquakes. Learn how you can help the school rebuild.
The Nepali Students Association at MIT has raised more than $26,000 to support relief for last month's earthquake in Nepal.
After tracking seismic shifts, researchers say a major quake may occur off the coast of Istanbul.
Results show a rupture of the San Andreas Fault could generate three times more shaking in Los Angeles than surrounding regions.