How a collaboration between Carl Rossby and MIT researchers launched a weather balloon and the study of meteorology in the US.
The impetus for many has shifted from the longterm benefits to more immediate ones.
New research on ocean turbulence may reverse how we think about its role in the oceans
Christine Chen examines ancient lakes in the Andes Mountains for clues to predict future climate change
Observations of an extreme-weather planet raise questions about hot Jupiters’ origins.
Work of MIT Meteorologist Lodovica Illari and CAST Visiting Artist Tomás Saraceno among featured collaborations
Hackathon for Climate brings students, faculty, staff, and alumni together on climate change solutions.
New study from Selin group finds benefits from international regulations may double those of domestic policy.
PAOC's own Principle Research Scientist Sai Ravela is among the honorees.
Only days after the landmark COP21 Paris climate-change agreement, Professor Noelle Eckley Selin was announced as one of the first AAAS fellows of the Leshner Leadership Institute for Public Engagement with Science.