The MSC outreach program is wrapping up another successful spring field season, and one of the highlights has been completing the first full year of marine educational programs with the Johnson Elementary School in Nahant. Thanks to generous funding from the Nahant Education Foundation, the MSC outreach program has been able to see every student at the […]
MSC Director Geoff Trussell recently participated in a panel to review the Boston Research Advisory Group’s report on projected climate impacts to the City of Boston, furthering the University’s goals of advancing urban coastal sustainability.
New research by MSC Professor H. William Detrich sheds light on the evolutionary events that led to the loss of red blood cells and hemoglobin in Antarctic icefish.
MSC Graduate Student Jessica Torossian has gone above and beyond to incorporate outreach involvement in her graduate studies, and these stellar efforts have recently been recognized by the COS Dean’s Excellence in Innovation Award.
NUSCI contributor Lucas Cohen shares the uncut transcript from his interview with MSC Assistant Professor Tarik Gouhier, in which they discuss everything from Gouhier’s research to that path that brought him to Northeastern.
A trio of Northeastern scientists, including the MSC’s Mark Patterson and Joe Ayers, invent robots to explore where humans cannot
Recent work by a team of experts including MSC Associate Professor Justin Ries, highlights the importance of research integrating information across a range of spatial and biological scales to better understand the threat that ocean acidification poses for corals.
New research by Three Seas Alumnus Nathaniel Chu and Associate Professor Steven Vollmer provides important information about the assemblage of microbes living in association with Caribbean corals.
Senate Democrats are three times more likely to follow science-related Twitter accounts than their Republican peers, according to a new study led by Professor Brian Helmuth.
In an NU SCI Magazine article, MES student Margaret Blagbrough discusses a new study about how commercially valuable marine organisms along the northeast continental shelf might be vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.