The catalytic converter, which removes toxic gases from car exhaust, owes its invention partly to U alumni working at Corning Incorporated in the 1970s.
Trees are air quality monitors all around us. U scientists found that magnetic particles on pine needles can indicate levels of air pollution.
Partnership between the U and Granite School District offers videos to help manage kids’ behavior amid the roller coaster of education in a pandemic.
Could a forecast of snow change how you get to campus?
Civilization may need to “forget the flame” to reduce CO2 emissions.
Political scientist Phillip Singer explains why the politicization of public health measures is nothing new, and how to view wearing face coverings as a compassionate act.
Openness and empathy in the College of Education’s School Counseling program help a student achieve his goals.
Isotopes in hair reveal connection between diet and socioeconomic status.
Researchers say that building policies now can have big impacts on energy use in the future.
Long-term observations track Mojave Desert plants’ responses to climate change.