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March 19th, 2018
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March 21st, 2018


March 7th, 2018
Eugenia Kalnay (PhD ‘71) is a world-renowned meteorologist and the first woman to earn a PhD in Meteorology from MIT. Storied Women of MIT is a series of 60-second historical profiles of MIT faculty, students, researchers, and staff highlighting the role of women at the Institute from its founding to today. more
February 22nd, 2018
Five grad students, including PAOC's Daniel Gilford, on finding their own routes into the policy sphere more
February 20th, 2018
In our galaxy alone there are hundreds of billions of planets, and the past few years have ushered in an explosion of new discoveries about our universe. MIT's Sara Seager speaks with TED Radio Hour about looking for the perfect planet in the "Goldilocks" zone — neither too hot nor too cold — that could support life. more


Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 98, 1949-1959, doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-16-0075.1
Illari, L., Marshall, J., and W. D. McKenna (2017)
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, PP(99):1-21, 2018
S. Angelliaume, P. Dubois-Fernandez, C. E. Jones, B. Holt, B. M. Minchew, E. Amri, and V. Miegebielle (2018)
Nat. Commun., 9, 660
Monier E, Paltsev S, Sokolov A, Chen Y-H, Gao X, Ejaz Q, Couzo E, Schlosser CA, Dutkiewicz S, Fant C, Scott J, Kicklighter D, Morris J, Jacoby H, Prinn R, Haigh M (2018)