The next big advances in computer memory, digital storage and other electronics are going to come from very small places: the spins of individual electrons.
A mobile chemistry lab built on an airplane is about to take flight, helping us learn more about the chemical composition of wildfire smoke.
The model could add to the strategic toolbox that protects lives and livelihoods from destructive fires.
Applications for such robots include search and rescue, surveillance and environmental monitoring.
A new study by Colorado State University researchers could lead to more effective landfill-based management of varied waste streams.
Producing and transporting natural gas releases methane, a greenhouse gas that also contributes to climate change. How big is the methane problem?
Ellison Carter is conducting a study to learn more about the impacts of air pollution from household use of solid fuels in rural regions of Beijing, China.
Temperatures at the surface of the tropical Atlantic Ocean have become remarkably colder than normal. The cold water could have profound impacts on this year’s hurricane season, since warm water is the fuel source for tropical storms.
Emily Fischer, assistant professor of atmospheric science and a board member of the Earth Science Women’s Network, accepted the Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring on behalf of the organization.