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Results: January 1996 to December 2014 > MIT/WHOI JP Students at Work

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December 19, 2008

The Turtle and the Robot

An old sea turtle teaches a young engineer about swimming

December 12, 2008

Tracking Nitrogen's Elusive Trail in the Ocean

The 'isotope effect' offers a new way to follow where nitrogen goes

November 25, 2008

A Most Ingenious Paradoxical Plankton

How do similar organisms co-exist in the same ecological niche?

November 19, 2008

Shellfish's Mysterious Pathways to Adulthood

A grad student peers into the lives of larvae, before they grow up to be scallops

November 13, 2008

A Tag Fit for a Porpoise

Grad students surmount big hurdles to build a device for a small marine mammal

October 22, 2008

How Does Nature Deal with Persistent Pollutants?

Graduate student explores biomagnification of chemicals up the food chain

October 15, 2008

One Man's Swamp Is a Fish's Nursery

Grad student examines otoliths (fish ear bones) to protect critical areas for juvenile coral reef fish

September 11, 2008

Corralling the Wild and Wooly Southern Ocean

Graduate student creates supercomputer model to tame a vast, remote ocean

September 3, 2008

Testing the Waters and Closing Beaches

Researchers seek faster, better ways to detect harmful bacteria

August 26, 2008

Biochemical Warfare on the Reef

In a co-evolutionary struggle, invertebrate adversaries develop weapon and counter-weapon

July 24, 2008

For Graduate Student, Research Is a Gas

Well, two gases actually, and both have key impacts on climate

July 1, 2008

Antarctic Andrea

Opportunity knocks for a MIT/WHOI graduate student to join a polar expedition

April 3, 2008

Protecting Public Health by Preventing Pollution

A graduate student seeks ways to curtail contaminants in the environment

November 20, 2007

Plumbing the Plume That Created Samoa

A graduate student explores the magmatic origins of islands

August 9, 2007

Eavesdropping on Whales' Mealtime Conversation

A graduate student journeys to Norway to investigate how orcas orchestrate their hunt

June 20, 2007

What Does It Take To Break a Whale?

Stress tests on whale bones aim to help endangered species

March 15, 2007

Current Events off Antarctica

Graduate student helps discover a previously unknown ocean current

February 21, 2007

Young Pup Teaches an Old Robot New Tricks

MIT/WHOI graduate student improves the Autonomous Benthic Explorer's ability to hunt for seafloor vents

November 6, 2006

A Rare Glimpse Into the Ocean's Crust

Exploring rocks' magnetic signals, a WHOI graduate student reconstructs how the seafloor forms

June 19, 2006

A Laser Light in the Ocean Depths

Graduate student works to adapt laser technology to detect chemicals on the seafloor

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