Fellow Scot Miller's Methane Emissions Research Gains World-Wide Attention

Wednesday, November 27, 2013
A Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship recipient’s study, published this week, shows emissions of the greenhouse gas methane from U.S. oil and gas extraction may be nearly five times higher than previously estimated. Scot Miller, a Harvard University graduate student in atmospheric sciences, is lead author of the paper, which is garnering international press coverage.

Alumna Ashlee Ford Versypt Named 2013 Howes Scholar

Wednesday, March 13, 2013
The Krell Institute is pleased to announce that Ashlee Ford Versypt has been named the 2013 Frederick A. Howes Scholar in Computational Science. Ford Versypt’s work centers on the modeling, simulation and design of controlled-release medications, specifically models to predict the behavior of biodegradable polymers used to encapsulate drugs.