A new computational tool empowers decision-makers to target interventions.
MIT chemists show the Australian wildfires widened the ozone hole by 10 percent in 2020.
Using sand and rock, MIT senior Aviva Intveld tells stories of ancient climates.
Technologies recognized with "Oscars of Innovation" transform hurricane tracking, electronics cooling, collision avoidance, cybersecurity, and more.
Failing to consider neighborhood texture in hurricane-related wind loss models may undervalue stronger construction by over 80 percent.
With over 200 published papers, multiple books, and countless media appearances, Emanuel’s 41 years at MIT have been marked by influential research into hurricane formation and climate change outreach.
If wildfires become larger and more frequent, they might stall ozone recovery for years.
New results show North Atlantic hurricanes have increased in frequency over the last 150 years.
Modeling tool showcases emerging MIT Joint Program research focus on multi-sector dynamics.
MIT professors Dave Des Marais and Caroline Uhler combine plant biology and machine learning to identify genetic roots of plant responses to environmental stress.
Lincoln Laboratory’s TROPICS satellites will help scientists study extreme tropical weather once all six are launched next year.