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Creating communal spaces through public art

Thu, 03 Aug 2017

As part of the Take Five Scholars Program, Madison Carter ’18 is researching how public art—such as murals, sculptures, even performance art—influences social interactions in the city of Rochester.


Largest research vessel on the Great Lakes brings Rochester science to Chicago’s Navy Pier

Thu, 22 Jun 2017

Researchers led by earth and environmental sciences professor John Kessler met with schoolchildren and local media aboard the Blue Heron to discuss the team's work on methane levels in the Great Lakes.


Ancient ozone levels provide a glimpse into future effects of climate change

Thu, 15 Jun 2017

A computer model developed at Rochester, and used to compare model data to analysis on 100,000-year-old Greenland ice cores, has shown a surprising result.


Using data science to understand global climate systems

Fri, 21 Apr 2017

Climate scientists and computer scientists are working together to understand what drives the global climate system—from deep in the ocean to high in the sky.


Tibet sediments reveal climate patterns from millions of years ago

Wed, 19 Apr 2017

The Tibetan Plateau in China experiences some of the most extreme weather patterns on Earth, making it an ideal location for Rochester climate scientists to student the complex web of global climate patterns.