Food crops need phosphorus to grow, and farmers are using more and more phosphorus-based fertilizer as they increase crops to feed a growing world population.
Carol Camp Yeakey, director of the Center on Urban Research & Public Policy and Interdisciplinary Program in Urban Studies at Washington University in St. Louis, shares her perspectives on urban studies in a global context.
Rover finds volcanic rocks unlike those returned by Apollo and Luna missions, providing tantalizing clues to the period of lunar volcanism.
Seismic maps of the mantle will improve predictions of giant ice sheet’s fate
Faculty member, Nancy Reynolds, PHD will be delving into new experiences thanks to an award received this spring.
Brown School’s Shanta Pandey was in Kathmandu when quake hit.
Cantieri traveled to Kiribati as a student fellow for the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting with support from Washington University’s Office of Undergraduate Research.
More than half of the plants eaten by the giant tortoises on one of the Galapagos Islands are non-native.
Daniel Giammar, PhD, has been named the Walter E. Browne Professor in Environmental Engineering at Washington University in St. Louis.
Cosmochemist Christine Floss has just returned from Antarctica, where she spent a month searching for meteorites.