Bienvenidos a un universo alternativo donde el felices por siempre incluye una dedicación al método científico.
Mohi Kumar is a past editor of Eos. She has also served as an editor for Smithsonian.com. Her deep-time chronology includes degrees from Columbia University and the California Institute of Technology, a stint as a high school math teacher, and service as an AmeriCorps volunteer.
Eos.org Wins First Prize for Editorial Excellence
The newly received gold award recognizes the website’s overall editorial content and quality. Other awards won include a silver and a bronze for cover photography on Eos’s print magazine.
If Disney Princesses Were Earth and Environmental Scientists…
Welcome to an alternate universe where happily ever after includes a dedication to the scientific method.
Does Your Institution Foster a Culture of Sexual Harassment?
A new report outlines how academic institutions create a culture in which sexual harassment can run rampant. Here are some questions, drawn from the report, to help gauge your institution’s culture.
Tasty Treats from the 2018 Great Geobakeoff
Eat your way across fascinating geologic marvels, one sweet, sugary dessert at a time.
Five Weird Archives That Scientists Use to Study Past Climates
When tree rings, ice cores, and cave formations can’t cut it, try your luck with whale earwax or bat poop.
One of World’s Oldest Animals Records Ocean Climate Change
Researchers probe millennia-old deep-ocean sponges for links between ocean nutrients and climate.
Coalition Resurrects Climate Advisory Panel Dissolved by Trump
A partnership between New York State, Columbia University, and others reestablished the panel, which will study how best to deliver climate data to state governments, cities, industries, and more.
Sketch Your Science: Our Guesses About Your Sketches
Eos staff do their best to guess what scientists were drawing on the Sketch Your Science wall at the American Geophysical Union’s Fall Meeting in New Orleans, La.
Dan Rather’s Vision for Scientists in an Era of “Fake News”
Scientists must embrace communication, and communicators must work harder to tell more nuanced and compelling science stories, the newsman said to an auditorium full of scientists.