Funding will support workshops to advance research, development, and translation in emerging areas of socioresilient and sustainable infrastructure, and in ocean environments.
Work by Professor John Lienhard and Kishor Nayar SM ’14, PhD ’19 was recently recognized by the International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam.
An MIT-developed technique could aid in tracking the ocean’s health and productivity.
Method may help quickly identify regions where objects — and missing people — may have converged.
Instrument may help scientists assess the ocean’s response to climate change.
Professor Thomas Peacock is a member of the UN Global Compact Task Force urging coordinated international response for offshore and shipping industries.
In the Maldives, an MIT team is conducting experiments to combat sea-level rise by redirecting natural sand movement.
When they encounter nutrient oases in the marine desert, marine bacteria release a gas involved in climate regulation.
Committing to aggressive conservation efforts could rebuild ocean habitats and species populations in a few decades.
MIT senior Michelle Kornberg uses her background in mechanical and ocean engineering to track how climate change has impacted underwater environments.
The average power of waves hitting a coastline can predict how fast that coast will erode.
Study finds Earth’s oceans contain just the right amount of iron; adding more may not improve their ability to absorb carbon dioxide.