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In a commentary in Nature, associate professor of energy and resources David Anthoff offers guidance to the Biden administration on calculating climate change damages.
In an op-ed in the Guardian, graduate student Vera Chang and professor Seth Holmes write about food workers and safety during the Covid-19 outbreak.
Boettiger received the award for his work advancing ecological research, communication, and policy.
The Plant & Microbial Biology professor was recognized for his research and outreach.
Fourth-year undergraduate Dante Gonzales discusses carbon neutrality and environmental activism.
Read Dean Ackerly's message to alumni, parents, and friends of the College about the COVID-19 situation.
The award honors Outstanding Research and Unselfish Cooperation in atmospheric science.
Watch professor of plant and microbial biology Britt Glaunsinger break down the latest scientific understanding of coronaviruses.
Researchers in the Rosenblum lab found that the main conclusions of the study lacked evidence and were unreproducible.
The distinction recognizes Rosa for his research on sustainable agriculture and water resources.
Merchant is among a group of 15 international researchers in the Symbiosis in Aquatic Systems Initiative.
Join fellow environmentalists in gathering data on the spread of this invasive tree disease.
The study, led by professor Timothy Bowles, suggests that increasing crop diversification provides various benefits.
The "Be A Scientist" program aims to strengthen science curriculum in public schools.
Associate professor Michael Anderson analyzes the efficacy of vaccination programs that target elderly populations.
The award honors exceptional and sustained research accomplishments related to rangelands.
A landmark gift from former dean Gordon Rausser—the largest ever received by the college—will strengthen its leadership in environmental and life sciences.
ESPM professor Rachel Morello-Frosch co-authored the study, published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology.
The bi-monthly podcast, called Theory of Change, covers a wide range of development topics.
A study from PMB assistant professor Benjamin Blackman uncovers the genetic makeup and function of a key species for pollinators.
The course aims to empower young scientists and challenge stereotypes about researchers.
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