"2015 Energy and Climate Outlook" projects likely impacts of current policies and pledges on global climate, emissions, and energy mix.
Targeting the RNA-binding protein that promotes resistance could lead to better cancer therapies.
Public event on Nov. 3 will highlight transformable designs.
PhD student is acquiring the science, engineering, and social sciences expertise needed to make sense of complex policy questions surrounding nuclear energy.
Quakes can change elastic properties of the Earth’s crust up to 6,000 kilometers away.
Taking advantage of genetic heterogeneity in autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders could lead to precision therapies.
Study finds a whisker’s “slaloming” motion helps seals track and chase prey.