Roger Bryant is a Postdoctoral Scholar who studies sedimentary geochemistry.Learn More Spotlight Archive
Osamu Miyawaki uses a hierarchy of climate models to study what sets the latitudinal and vertical (2-D) temperature structure in Earth's troposphere.Learn More Spotlight Archive
January 08, 2021
Meteorologist Carl-Gustaf Rossby's work as the first director of UChicago's Institute of Meterology has had lasting impact for today's faculty. A new article from the University of Chicago magazine examines his legacy.
December 18, 2020
Professor Nicolas Dauphas and former Postdoctoral Fellow Sarah Aarons use titanium found in rocks from the Canadian Tundra to help pinpoint when the Earth’s tectonic plates began. Their work, recently published in Science Advances, is featured in UChicago News.
December 14, 2020
An animated graphic of energy transitions in US History from 1800-2019, created by Associate Professor Liz Moyer's Center for RDCEP, is featured in The Atlantic and UChicago News. The animated graphic is available for viewing and interaction here.
November 19, 2020
Using clues from the elemental makeup of meteorites and the sun, along with volcanic rocks, Professor Andrew Campbell figures out how these elements must be distributed in order for the seismology data to add up.