S&S’ first on-campus sustainability discussion focused on the merits & drawbacks of divestment.
Hundreds of millions of gallons of water are used during rice cultivation. Assessing methods for decreasing this use could help save millions more.
New research on clean energy should help the world make well-informed choices about energy.
Empowering women and girls is one of the most effective ways discovered to encourage development.
In one of the most populous countries on the planet, what researchers can learn about effective environmental regulation can mean a lot in improving quality of life and reducing greenhouse gases.
Meaningful action on climate change to reduce greenhouse gases may require bold new programs that spark broad-based action.
With more than 70% of the global HIV/AIDS population living in Africa, what the continent can do to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS and advance treatment will help pave the way globally.
The majority of the world’s population now lives in urban areas. How do they get their food?
The consequences of growing distrust in science in America are significant and threaten to deadlock progress on major topics, such as climate change, genetic modification of foods, and nuclear energy.
The ARPA-E Shark Tank session is a veritable who’s who of new energy technology companies and a source of inspiration for anyone working on renewable energy.