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Researchers at MIT and Pierre et Marie Curie University in Paris have come up with a new theory that describes how a knot's configuration, or "topology," determines its mechanical forces. (Learn more: http://mitsha.re/RVIRY )Video: Melanie Gonick/MITAdditional footage: Stock imagery ...
2014 Freeman Lecture: "Capturing Domestic Wastewater's Resource Potentials" Description: Speaker: Perry L. McCarty, Silas H. Palmer Professor, Stanford University. 4/8/2014.The John R. Freeman Lecture is co-sponsored by the Environmental and Water Resources Group of ...
Andrew Whittle, the Edmund K Turner Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, discusses Taking on the Challenge of BIG Infrastructure Projects.
Andrew Whittle, the Edmund K Turner Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, discusses Underground Space -- Efficient Use of a Hidden Asset.
Andrew Whittle, the Edmund K Turner Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, discusses Smart Water Systems Through Sensor Networks.
Andrew Whittle, the Edmund K Turner Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, discusses Hardening Cities for High Resilience.
Pedro Reis, assistant professor of mechanical engineering and civil and environmental engineering, describes the research activity in his Elasticity, Geometry, & Statistics Laboratory at MIT.
CEE event gives snapshot of new research, educational initiatives
Scientists at MIT and Oxford University have shown that the motility of phytoplankton — which are tiny ocean plants — helps them determine their fate in ocean turbulence.
Q&A with Denis Leblanc: Sample collection, diffusion sampling, contaminant storage, water lifting, multi-level samplers, contaminant plume cleanup.
Pond formation history, groundwater flow-through ponds, phosphorous contamination.
Differential head monometer test.
Measuring flux, seepage meters.
Pond description and background; groundwater discharge into lake, dissolved iron and manganese contamination.
Growing and harvesting cranberries in the Cape Cod cranberry marshes, locating plume discharges.
Water sampling and pumping basics at the sewage disposal beds.