To oceanographer Katy Croff Bell, the seas’ uncharted depths are full of opportunities to engage women and people of color in science.
How do we broaden participation in ocean sciences? In this series on the All Hands on Deck Report, we present our recommendations.
by Dan NovyFebruary 16-21, 2020. Katy Croff Bell and Dan Novy co-chaired two sessions at the Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020 in San Dieg...
In February 2020, four members of Open Ocean were invited to travel to Hawai'i to undergo training...
The Ambassadors are contemporary role models who represent a diversity of STEM-related professions in the United States.
MLTalks with Wendy Schmidt, hosted by Katy Croff Bell
Play, Imagine, Immerse
Descending into the dark sea is like exploring deep space.
The deep sea is the common heritage of all of humankind and we must all share in the responsibility to be good stewards of it.
Create, Explore, Connect
Names in italics are National Geographic ExplorersFebruary 26, 20188:00am | Breakfast & Registration9:00am | Welcome AboardJoi Ito, D...
The New England Aquarium was proud to collaborate with the MIT Media Lab and National Geographic on the latest Open Ocean initiative even...
The New England Aquarium was proud to collaborate with the MIT Media Lab and National Geographic on the latest event from the Open Ocean ...
Our Thriving Ocean, Platforms and Sensors, Democratizing the Ocean
Exploration and Discovery, Data Analysis and Sharing, Sea Stories
MIT students, faculty, and collaborators gave Lightning Talks during Here be Dragons 2018
A new Media Lab initiative seeks to connect humanity with ocean exploration
Here be Dragons speakers
Ocean Exploration Trust and National Geographic ocean explorer Dr. Katy Croff Bell in conversation with Media Lab Director Joi Ito.