Four questions with Alexis Hope
Posts from the ‘Oceans@MIT’ category
Underwater photographer and MIT CAST visiting artist Keith Ellenbogen is developing new technology and sharing his passion for underwater conservation photography with students in an upcoming IAP course.
The 2nd annual workshop of the Society for Women in Marine Science (SWMS) took place at MIT on October 10, 2015.
The prospect of space colonization is changing our concept of time.
MIT Oceanographer Glenn Flierl’s passion lies in understanding the physics that shape life as we know it on Earth and other planets.
Ozone’s role in Antarctic sea ice growth is more complex than previously thought, according to a recent study by MIT researchers.
The strength of ocean currents change with the seasons, which have implications for both ocean life and climate, according to new MIT study.
Oceans at MIT asked Atmospheric Scientist David Battisti about the double El Nino phenomenon and what it does and doesn’t tell us about climate change.
Just in time for Earth Day, Oceans at MIT was thrilled to participate in the Cambridge Science Festival Ocean’s Day hosted April 23, 2015 at the MIT Museum.
Dena Seidel is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and director of Rutgers Center for Digital Filmmaking. Oceans@MIT asked her a few questions about science communication.