The “Julia Child of science” makes science accessible through pop culture.
Nell turns vast columns of data into beautiful and understandable graphics.
The soil scientist draws inspiration from the earth beneath her feet.
An emergency manager for New York City Emergency Management, Jose Rolon deals with the controlled chaos that follows a disaster.
Walton founded Girls Who Chase to promote women in STEM.
The chief scientist at Esri wound her path into and out of academia.
Diversos factores humanos y naturales están generando florecimientos de algas nocivas cada vez más frecuentes y prolongados. Estudios recientes han comenzado a revelar la magnitud del problema y nos informan sobre soluciones potenciales.
Years of drought and climate change are causing water resources to dwindle in the Colorado River Basin. But farmers and scientists are collaborating to learn how to grow crops with less water.
After 150 years of international cooperation, meteorology’s “vast machine” is adapting to private weather forecasting.
The 1922 Colorado River Compact ignored available science and overallocated the river’s water, a decision whose effects reverberate today. Now there’s an opportunity to get things right.