All News

  • MIT, News | December 12, 2016

    A Meeting That Helped Foster the Acceptance of Global Tectonics

    Fifty years ago, in the United States added their heft to a theory with profound implications: Earth's ocean crust recycles itself on a global scale, and continents move across the face of the planet.
  • MIT Sea Grant, News | December 8, 2016


    On Dec 14th, the MIT AUV Laboratory is unveiling new technology that enables the first known wireless power transfer between a source and a receiver in seawater without physical contact.
  • News, WHOI News | December 8, 2016

    Some Fish Quickly Adapt to Lethal Levels of Pollution

    Killifish living in four polluted East Coast estuaries have adapted to survive levels of toxic industrial pollutants that would normally kill them, tolerating concentrations up to 8,000 times higher than sensitive fish. A new study reveals the complex genetic basis for the Atlantic killifish’s remarkable resilience.
  • News, WHOI News | December 7, 2016

    New Studies Take a Second Look at Coral Bleaching Culprit

    A new study from WHOI indicates that superoxide -- a natural toxin believed to be the main culprit behind coral bleaching -- may actually play a beneficial role in coral health and resilience.
  • News, WHOI, WHOI - Oceanus | December 5, 2016

    To Track a Sea Turtle

    Underwater vehicles follow tagged turtles in the wild
  • MIT Sea Grant | December 4, 2016

    MIT Sea Grant Seminar ‘Wave Energy: State of the Art and the ISWEC Case Study’ Monday, December 12th from 11-12

    An examination of wave energy, which is seen as one of the most promising technologies for the future of renewable energy.
  • MITgcm News | December 1, 2016

    Map Check

    This month we spotlight work by researchers at the University of South Florida who have been using MITgcm in a study assessing mapping error in Southern Ocean transport computed from satellite altimetry and Argo float data.
  • Featured Stories, MIT, MIT News, News, WHOI | November 23, 2016

    Saharan Dust in the Wind

    Scientists find huge reduction in African dust plume led to more Saharan monsoons 11,000 years ago.
  • News, WHOI News | November 23, 2016

    WHOI Geologist Henry Dick Named AAAS 2016 Fellow

    Henry Dick of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). Election as an AAAS Fellow is an honor bestowed upon association members by their peers.
  • News, WHOI - Oceanus | November 22, 2016

    Woman on Board

    A conversation with WHOI mooring technician Meghan Donohue
  • MIT Sea Grant | November 20, 2016

    MIT Sea Grant Seminar – FY2016 PI Reports on Ocean Acidification Projects

    The presentations on November 29, 2016, 12-4p include "Quantification of the Contribution of Wastewater Effluent to Coastal Ocean Acidification", "Impact of ocean acidification on calcification rate, shell properties, pallial fluid pH, and epigenetics of commercially important mollusks across critical life stages", and "Integrated impacts of temperature increase and ocean acidification on larval shell development in the American Lobster, Homerus americanus".
  • Featured Stories, MIT, News | November 18, 2016

    Replicating Ancient Fossilization

    Using modern microbes to understand the preservation of marine bacteria
  • MIT, News | November 17, 2016

    Predicting and Adapting to Increased Hurricane Risk

    Kerry Emanuel shares why hurricanes will likely become more destructive and offers ways to mitigate these increased risks.
  • News, WHOI News | November 17, 2016

    New Study Explains Mysterious Source of Greenhouse Gas Methane in the Ocean

    A new study may have cracked the longstanding “marine methane paradox,” finding that the answer may lie in the complex ways that bacteria break down substances excreted into seawater by living organisms.
  • Featured Stories, MIT, MIT News, News | November 16, 2016

    Pluto’s icy, slushy heart

    Data from New Horizons mission suggest a water-ice ocean lies beneath Pluto’s heart-shaped basin.
  • Featured Stories, MIT, News | November 11, 2016

    Big Ice, Big Science

    Richard Alley delivers the 2016 Carlson Lecture on the physics of glaciers in Antarctica, Greenland, and Boston and how ice sheets capture a history of the world’s climate.
  • WHOI News | November 10, 2016

    WHOI Scientist Receives Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation Award

    The Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation selected Mak Saito, a biogeochemist at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), as one of eight awardees of a 2016 Postdoctoral Program in Environmental Chemistry grant.
  • MIT Sea Grant | November 6, 2016

    MIT Sea Grant Seminar: Characterizing a New England Saltmarsh with Terrestrial and Airborne Lidar

    The seminar will take place on Friday December 2nd, from noon to 1pm.
  • MIT, MIT EAPS, News | November 3, 2016

    Tackling Questions of Ocean Physics with MIT Oceanographer Raffaele Ferrari

    Understanding ocean circulation, its climate impact, & how it shapes biological productivity with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) oceanographer Raffaele Ferrari.
  • News, WHOI News | November 2, 2016

    WHOI Study Reveals Previously Unknown Component of Whale Songs

    Researchers have known for decades that whales create elaborate songs, sometimes projecting their calls for miles underwater. A new study from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI), however, has revealed a previously unknown element of whale songs that could aid this mode of communication, and may play a pivotal role in locating other whales in open ocean.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 56