Carbon credits are used by companies and corporations to offset greenhouse gas emissions, but are they simply an aid for greenwashing?
Hatice Mutlu: Circular chemistry through degradable, metamorphosing polymers
Chemist Hatice Mutlu applies zero-waste methods to create biodegradable polymers that can be used perpetually.
Bringing ancient viruses back to life
How seven ancient viruses ranging in age from 27,000 to 48,500 years were recovered from the Siberian permafrost, and what researchers hope to learn from them.
Meredith Barbee: Support your students, let them know you care about them
Meredith Barbee puts her students at the center, fostering critical thinking, independence, and skills for any career they might choose.
Alison McGuigan: Unravelling the intricacies of cellular organization
Using unique artificial microenvironments, chemical engineer Alison McGuigan is getting to the bottom of cell behavior.
Gautam Dey: From open-ended searches emerge our most transformative discoveries
Biologist Gautam Dey is deciphering the evolution of the cell nucleus to answer fundamental questions in biology.
Zafra Lerman: Scientific exchange can promote peace
Chemist, teacher, humanitarian, and peace activist, Zafra Lerman uses science to break down barriers and foster peace.
Oded Rechavi: “Do anything in your own style, the way you want to do it”
Neurobiologist Oded Rechavi investigates epigenetics, a curative use for brain parasites, and helped piece together the Dead Sea Scrolls using DNA.
César Rodriguez-Emmenegger: “Be passionate, creative, and bold”
Through innovative, interdisciplinary work, chemist César Rodriguez-Emmenegger is seeking a way to communicate with biological systems.
Natalie Banerji: “You do not go very far by yourself”
At the interface of light and matter, Natalie Banerji is using spectroscopy to advance technologies such as solar cells and bioelectronics.