JP News & Outreach

Researcher Highlight
Nov 05, 2012

In looking for ways to combat climate change and minimize the planet’s warming, atmospheric chemist Susan Solomon says it’s often helpful — and heartening — to look to the past.

Student Spotlight
Nov 01, 2012

Santen follows her passion to protect the environment by studying something most take for granted: Electricity.

Researcher Highlight
Jun 01, 2012

Selin looks at the pathways by which mercury reaches the environment and the effect it has on human health once it gets there. She also analyzes the steps regulators could take — and in some cases have taken — to prevent further contamination.

Researcher Highlight
May 15, 2012

Henry Jacoby co-leads a key study on natural gas, a fuel that has become the largest U.S. energy story in decades.

News Release
Mar 05, 2012

MIT report shows China and developing nations will come to dominate emissions that promote climate change

Researcher Highlight
Mar 02, 2012
Christopher Knittel had big dreams heading into college. Those dreams involved baseball.
Student Spotlight
Mar 01, 2012

“Biology was part of the first magic of science for me,” Giang says. “Then I learned that I could use my love of biology to really engage with social justice issues.”

Student Spotlight
Feb 01, 2012

In November 2011, Anita Ganesan travelled to the foothills of the Himalayas to the small, remote village of Darjeeling, India. Her goal: to fill the hole of missing greenhouse gas data.

Student Spotlight
Feb 01, 2012

“I really enjoy doing applied research that can have an impact on people’s daily lives,” says McClellan.

Pages