For the past month, graduate student Kat Saad has been blogging about her experiences at NASA's Student Airborne Research Program.
It's time to say goodbye to John Taylor as he wraps up his time as a postdoc. in the Ferrari Group at the end of this month.
PAOC welcomes new faculty member, atmospheric chemist, Prof. Dan Cziczo.
Postdoc Gonzalo Carrasco explains his work. Carrasco is a member of Ed Boyle's Trace Metals Lab.
Fossils from the Yukon reveal protective plates for microscopic organisms.
If you missed Joe Pedlosky's January 2011 IAP presentation about the life and times of his advisor Jule Charney here is a recording of the event...
How a Swedish bon vivant let MIT introduce modern meteorology to America — just in time to help the Allies win World War II.
It's June. MIT's grounds look spotless. The sun is shining. It's Commencement again.
Although doctoral students defend throughout the year, the Institute's annual Commencement exercices (held last week) bring many back to visit and formally receive their diplomas,
On Friday, May 6th, the Weather and Climate Club sponsored a trip for students to the Blue Hill Observatory, just south of Boston