Dan Giammar, PhD, is going deep into the earth to find a potential solution to store carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants.
The 5th Mcdonnell Academy International Symposium will focus on the global challenges of energy and environment, food and water, public health and aging.
A seismic network recently installed on the West Antarctic ice sheet unexpectedly picked up icequakes triggered by a strong but distant earthquake.
Partnership between Washington University in St. Louis and IIT Bombay will focus on preparing global leaders.
As a member-at-large, WUSTL’s Richard Axelbaum, PhD, will evaluate staged oxy-fuel combustion for carbon dioxide capture from coal-fired power plants.
Gautam Yadama’s book aims to raise awareness of energy poverty and household air pollution around the world.
Scholars at Washington University in St. Louis are bringing their varied skills to bear on the issue of climate change and global warming.
Gautam Yadama, professor at WUSTL’s Brown School, wrote Fires, Fuel, and the Fate of 3 Billion: The State of the Energy Impoverished.
Antarctica’s climate is the most hostile of any place on Earth, so why would anyone choose to go there to study the stars?
WUSTL’s McDonnell Academy Global Energy and Environmental Partnership gathered global leaders in India to explore sustainable energy systems.