Camille Dungy has added another honor to her long list of accomplishments.
The International Weed Genomics Consortium, comprising 17 academic partners across seven countries, assembles a global community of experts who will develop genomic tools that fundamentally advance humanity’s approach to weeds and crops.
“You really can’t escape climate change when you’re a professor of atmospheric science,” Emily Fischer, a participant in the Science Moms project, says. (New Yorker)
In an effort to help communities around the world adapt urban areas in light of COVID-19, Dr. David Rojas created an infographic that details 10 low-cost, temporary interventions to promote urban improvements and public health.
Aditi Bhaskar and Mahdi Nikdast were recognized with the NSF’s most prestigious early-career faculty award, for their potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in their fields.
Our committee traveled a long road to reach this recommendation, working through many complex and contentious issues to reach consensus, but we did it collegially and productively. (Space.com/The Conversation)
Colorado’s marijuana industry could significantly cut its climate impact by moving operations into fields or greenhouses. (Colorado Public Radio)
“What we’ll need are probably multiple years of above average snowfall to really get us out of this,” said Russ Schumacher, Director of the Colorado Climate Center. (Colorado Sun)
The College of Health and Human Sciences is pleased to announce the 2021 All-College Award recipients.
Assistant Professor Dan Herber is working alongside researchers NREL to remove barriers to future hydrokinetic energy development as part of a $1,200,000 ARPA-E grant for the ARPA-E SHARKS program.