A blog by Mathew Chamberlain of his current travels in Botswana working on co-op for the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
Meet Mathew Chamberlain, a fourth year physics major here at Northeastern University. He has a long and exciting road ahead of him. After undergoing training at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, he – along with two other Northeastern students -- will be spending his co-op with a team of scientist traveling to Zambia and Botswana to detect naturally occurring electromagnetic fields in the Earth’s surface. The team will be studying the East African rift, where two tectonic plates have just begun to pull apart.
A blog by Mathew Chamberlain of his current travels in Botswana working on co-op for the Woods Hole Oceanographic Insitute can be found at -
Mathew is a former PRISM student and PRISM mentor.