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March 30, 2021

The High-Stakes Game of Geoengineering

With NSF support, risk scientist Mark Borsuk and colleagues are using a combination of an experimental game and mathematical modeling to understand and predict when and why nations might choose to enact politically risky “quick fix” solutions to climate change

Six satellite images, hazy and urban on top, clearer and greener on bottom

April 15, 2021

AI Pinpoints Local Pollution Hotspots Using Satellite Images

Technique could find sources of heavy air pollution and allow researchers to better study its effects on human health and make socially just policy decisions

Andrew Jones III

April 15, 2021

Andrew Jones III: Expanding Access to Safe, Clean Water

New faculty member Andrew Jones III blends environmental engineering and policy analysis, aiming to improve water quality and advance water equity

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Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering | March 23, 2021

Understanding Failure

Featuring Henry Petroski

Discover Magazine | February 8, 2021

The Taj Mahal: Can India Save This Corroding Beauty?

Featuring Michael Bergin

Forbes | December 17, 2020

3D Printers May Be Toxic To Humans

Featuring Joana Marie Sipe

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