Project supported by the Simons Foundation aims to reinvigorate environmental science by leaning on Parsons Laboratory's past as a leader in the space.
Committing to aggressive conservation efforts could rebuild ocean habitats and species populations in a few decades.
MIT researchers demonstrate how often-ignored microbial interactions have a significant impact on the biodegradation of complex materials.
Professor Otto Cordero and colleagues ask: Can microbiome engineering make the Galapagos marine iguana more resilient to climate change?
Simons Foundation-backed CBIOMES brings together researchers in oceanography, statistics, data science, ecology, biogeochemistry, and remote sensing.
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering awards cross-disciplinary seed funds.
Insights into the hydrodynamics of the move may improve underwater vehicle design.