In this tour of the microscopic world, MCM Collaborator and artist Ariel Waldman introduces the charismatic creatures lurking beneath Antarctica's massive ice sheet, the largest on earth.
Colorado Public Radio interviewed MCM PI Mike Gooseff about the implications of the National Science Foundations's recent decision to cancel the upcoming A
Congratulations to former MCM Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) student and current student employee, Reuben Fresquez, who was
Each year, investigators in the Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network come together to share the most interesting science news from their sites.
Ariel Zych, reporter at Science Friday, follows up her earlier articles (see here and
Former undergradate Natasha Griffin writes about her experiences working with the MCM soils team (aka "the Wormherders") at
Energy and Environment (E&E) News
Congratulations to MCM graduate student Isha Kalra who was recognized by the jo
The Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) Network Office recently announced the award of three new synthesis working groups
Antarctic Extremes, a new NOVA online series, investigates what it takes to do science in Earth's most remote natural laboratory.
BioScience interviews Dr. Diana Wall, MCM LTER Emeritus PI, in new podcast series.
In a WIRED story about Antarctica's recent record setting high temperature, Co-PI Dr.
Phys.org highlights a new study on soil nematodes published in Nature, co-authored by
Today's National Science Foundation's Science360 News features an episode from the United States Antarctic Program (USAP)
In the New York Times Opinion Section, graduate student Angela Zoumplis reminisces about the late celebrity chef and writer Anthony Bourdain's visit to the M
Listen to Science Friday's conversation with co-PI
In the world’s coldest, most remote desert, keepers of Antarctica’s longest melt record have detected a recent and dramatic shift. In the latest