Professor Brian Helmuth discusses the role of global warming in large wildfires around the world.
Three pioneering MES faculty have spent decades making robots that conduct research across the globe.
On Thursday night, the Marine and Environmental Sciences department celebrated the accomplishments of its 2015-2016 graduating class.
The MSC and Marine Biology Club were excited to host 85 people for movies and conversation about hot topics in marine science at the first Beneath the Waves Film Festival to be held on main campus.
Detrich Island, named for H. William Detrich, is in Antarctica.
By Danielle Lynch As a recipient of the Provost’s Advanced Research/Creative Endeavor Award, environmental studies major Katra Laidlaw has a rare opportunity to examine the effects of wildlife-crossing structures on arboreal wildlife. This competitive award provides financial and academic support to outstanding undergraduate students who are pursuing advanced research and creative endeavors. Each student is […]
By Danielle Lynch Nicole Peckham, a marine biology major, has been awarded Provost Early Research/Creative Endeavors Award for her project entitled “Zonation Patterns Between a Native and Invasive Crab Species in Cape Cod Salt Marshes.” The competitive award supports students, especially first- and second-year undergraduates, in an original research project under the guidance of a […]
Three Seas program turns students into scientists.
The two-week U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change ended in Paris on Saturday with nearly 200 nations agreeing on a plan to combat climate change. Here, Professor Brian Helmuth discusses the good, the remaining challenges, and the future of this historic accord.
Students and others on campus are reflecting on Snowmageddon and bracing for the coming winter. Professor Brian Helmuth shares with them a bit about what climate changes means for our local climate.