Researchers at the International Water Management Institute put forward a new conceptual thinking to achieve sustainable, socially acceptable, resilient, and equitable resource use.
Nanotechnology has emerged as an innovative tool in medicine that could alter the landscape in relation to disease treatment and prevention.
How do we effectively evaluate and employ zoning and building codes in flood prone areas to minimize damage?
Polymers have been shown to improve the biological capabilities of optical contrast agents to improve diagnosis of diseases such as cancer.
Many nanomaterials can be used to develop inhalable nanomedicines that can be administered with various aerosolization devices.
In this opinion piece, researchers analyze a commonly deployed analytical tool used to think about water in the social sciences: the “hydrosocial cycle”.
Irrigators’ decisions to follow best management practices or implement a policy change, to accept a technology, or even to exit farming, all affect society.
Decades of research in skeletal muscle physiology have provided multi-scale insights into its structural and functional complexity.
Agricultural, urban and industrial activities have dramatically increased aquatic nitrogen and phosphorus pollution (eutrophication), threatening water quality and biotic integrity from headwater streams to coastal areas world‐wide.
Nanoparticle-based gadolinium contrast agents to improve the safety of MRIs.