Comer team drills into Mongolia’s climate mystery and its global consequences Aaron Putnam of the School of Earth and Climate Sciences and Climate Change Institute at the University of Maine is trying to find the switches that caused the Earth to lurch out of the last Ice Age. Climate levers are not yet well understood, […]
Housing 30 million artifacts and specimens across 1.3-million square feet, Chicago’s Field Museum is one of the most celebrated museums in the country. Although best known for its dinosaurs and natural history exhibits, since March, the museum has a new claim to fame: It is one of only a few museums nationwide to earn LEED […]
We asked thirty climate scientists gathered for the 2015 Comer Climate Conference to answer the same question. What is one big question you’d like to answer through your research? Here is what a few of them had to say. Thirty Climate Scientists Answer One Big Question from Comer Family Foundation on Vimeo.
Northeast Greenland Caves Project In July and August 2015, Gina E. Moseley of the University of Innsbruck, Austria, led a small expedition of five people to some of the remotest caves on the planet. The purpose of the expedition was to collect calcite deposits from caves in the far northeast of Greenland at 80.4°N, which […]