When scientists learn better communication skills, they not only convey their research to a broader audience but also become better connected to their own scientific communities.
The state legislature decides this week whether to override the governor’s $130 million cuts that could devastate the university and its world-class research.
An undergraduate project redefines the h-index.
LGBTQ+ researchers and communities are working to establish visibility and acceptance in the sciences. How is STEM evolving to welcome them?
Nonlinear concepts have evolved and become increasingly applicable to a wide range of geoscience inquiries, thus setting the stage for exciting new advances during AGU’s next 100 years.
The outgoing Editor-in-Chief of JGR: Planets reflects on the journal’s role serving the planetary science community and expresses appreciation for all those who contribute to its success.
The EarthArXiv preprint archive, in operation for almost a year and a half, makes the latest Earth science research available to a wider community.
An editor of Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology shares fond memories of his postdoc with Wally Broecker, who died in February.
Graduate students at the University of Washington are becoming skilled in interdisciplinary climate science and finding opportunities to collaborate outside the academy.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Washington team up to teach students about state-of-the-art research instrumentation.