“The research offers new insight into the role that tsetse flies and bushy environments played in depressing livestock production and human disease,” Marshall said.
The International Experience visits a different country each summer, in collaboration with MAGEEP partner universities.
Near the Tonga trench there’s the least magma where there’s the most water. What’s going on?
S. Shawn Wei, 2010 cohort Scholar of the McDonnell International Scholars Academy, is featured in The Record as one of the lead scientists with a surprising discovery in the South Pacific, beneath the ocean floor. His three-dimensional seismic image of mantle beneath the Lau Basin in the South Pacific was featured in the online Feb […]
The first incarnation of the instrument, ANITA I, which flew from Antarctica in the austral summer of 2006-2007, was looking for ultra-high-energy neutrinos.
Mapping lava tubes, tracing a weedy evolution and teaching giant tortoises in the Galapagos Islands.
Tibetans devise sustainable regulatory management plan
The Indian transportation fuel infrastructure is undergoing massive transformation due to increased consumer demand and a growing population.
When Chinnaswamy learned of the need for electricity for the building of an Indian orphanage, she felt compelled to do something.
Dan Giammar, PhD, is going deep into the earth to find a potential solution to store carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants.