Doctoral student Alison Hoyt is in the peat forests of Borneo studying the hydrological and carbon cycles to determine if, over time, these forests serve as net carbon sinks or sources.
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Three M.Eng students are in Uganda conducting fieldwork for the development of an early warning system for floods in the Manafwa River Basin.
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Hundreds of MIT students, faculty and alumni attend the Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting (TRB) in Washington, D.C. to present research, learn what’s new in transportation, and network.
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Undergrads are doing fieldwork on Hawaii, chasing the volcanic smog emitted by Kilauea to determine its chemical composition and how that changes as it is blown around the island. (Photo / C. Heliker, USGS)
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Two M.Eng students will study the Sparta aquifer in Arkansas to see if surface water can be added to the groundwater to augment water table levels without lowering water quality.
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Three M.Eng students will create a hydrological model of the Manafwa River basin, Uganda, as the first step in preparing an early warning flood system for the region.
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M.Eng. Structural and Geotechnical Engineering students travel to New York City late January to see exceptional examples of buildings, tunnels and other structures.
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Graduate student Naomi Stein will represent MIT at this annual event for young transportation professionals who gather in Washington, D.C. for an introduction to transportation policy.
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Engineers Without Borders is an international organization linking engineers with communities in need. Three CEE students blog about their work in Ddegeya, Uganda.
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