Letter from the Head of Department, Rob van der Hilst.
Unlocking the secrets of the blue marble we call home: EAPS scientists working collaboratively to leverage our unique wealth of physical, chemical, and biological ocean know-how.
EAPS welcomes two new Professors and Emeritus Professors step aside as EAPS looks forward to our evolving faculty line-up.
A look back on past EAPS events.
To achieve the essential synergy between theory and observation necessary to understand natural processes, EAPS members must often leave the lab and go out into the field.
EAPS department members are world-renowned experts in their fields. Not only do our professors and researchers comment on the news, they make the news.
MIT professor and astrophysicist Sara Seager is among 24 recipients nationwide of 2013 MacArthur Fellowships, sometimes referred to as “genius grants.”
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