Profiles & Interviews

WHOI on NPR: Why sea level rise varies across the world

August 22, 2019

The sea level is rising more in some places than in others. WHOI scientist Chris Piecuch explains why.

Andy Bowen

Imagining new vehicles for exploration

May 2, 2019

Andy Bowen is the kind of guy who wakes up in the middle of the night unable to go back to sleep, because he’s just too excited about a solution he’s just imagined for a new robotic invention.

Boston Harbor

WHOI Scientist Chris Reddy on NBC Boston

April 29, 2019

Boston Harbor water quality is thriving again—but Reddy discusses some potential threats on the horizon. WATCH

MIT-WHOI Joint Program Student Jessica Dabrowski with MIT EAPS graduate student Mukund Gupta, getting ready for on-deck sampling work in the Arctic.

Tracking Radium in the Arctic

April 19, 2019

Jessica Dabrowski is an ocean chemist and a second-year graduate student in the MIT/WHOI Joint Program in Oceanography and Applied…

Meet the ChemYak!

Meet the ChemYak!

April 1, 2019

WHOI scientist Anna Michel discusses our new ocean surface robot.

Michael Moore

Michael Moore

October 20, 2014

» Chasing Bayla: Michael Moore’s quest to free a North Atlantic right whale from fishing gear (The Boston Globe, October…

A Drop in the Ocean

A Drop in the Ocean

July 18, 2014

How can you follow a wisp of water within the turbulent immensity of the ocean? Jim Ledwell figured out a…

Underneath and Overlooked: Groundwater

Underneath and Overlooked: Groundwater

August 10, 2012

Matt Charette has been pulling off the sheetrock in Earth’s basement to reveal a hidden plumbing system that pumps water…

The Quest to Map Titanic

The Quest to Map Titanic

April 12, 2012

Bill Lange was aboard Knorr in 1985 when the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution research vessel brought back the first grainy…

Where Will We Get Our Seafood?

Where Will We Get Our Seafood?

September 21, 2011

By 2030 or 2040, most seafood bought by Americans will be raised on a farm, not caught by fishermen. And,…