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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.
A new MIT study reveals complicated connections between ozone, oceans, and warming polar regions.
A new MIT landslide prediction model could help communities prepare for disaster in the face of changing climate.
The prospect of space colonization is changing our concept of time.
Future MIT Museum exhibit will focus on Institute’s maritime engineering legacy.
Pluto’s heart could hold clues to the existence of an ocean, according to the latest data received from NASA’s New Horizons probe.
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.
By Cassie Martin Oceans at MIT MIT News Phys.org May 26, 2015 Plankton are vital to life on Earth — they absorb carbon dioxide, generate nearly…