MSC assistant professor Kathleen Lotterhos uncovers clues to environmental sustainability by using genetic analyses to study species from pine trees to Pacific rockfish.
A new study led by MSC researchers documents the battle between a coral-killing sponge, and a fast growing coral that may be able to outgrow the menacing sponge.
DNA extraction kits developed by the Ocean Genome Legacy are being used aboard the Okeanus Explorer on its current mission to explore marine life off Hawaii.
A unique collaborative project this August brought together students, educators and researchers to develop new skills in studying nature, using technology, and teamwork.
Parts of the Charles River were recently closed to swimming due to high levels of toxic algae. Civil and Environmental Engineering Associate Professor Ferdi Hellweger talks about what this means for this beloved and iconic local resource.
Professor Joe Ayers talks with TechEmergence about how autonomous underwater vehicles are using artificial intelligence to tackle unique societal issues
MSC Professor Brian Helmuth weighs in on what is required of scientists to effectively get the word out about climate change
Research by Assistant Professor David Kimbro has found high water salinity, coupled with a conch population outbreak is the cause of a sharp decrease in oyster populations on Florida reefs.
Marine science – specifically physical and biological oceanography – may hold some of the answers to what happened to MH370.
As we celebrate National Oyster Day, Northeastern researchers weigh in on where to get your oysters