Lauren Hale, Young Scientist Summer Program 1996 alumna, on her current research and on working with IIASA again.
Can we harness the power of hurricanes for good?
The key to improving global welfare and the tools to make it happen.
IIASA researcher Anastasia Aldelina Lijadi reports back on a conference about quality of life and looks forward to her work on wellbeing.
With the water crisis worsening every year, Mexico City needs to find a solution before it runs out of water completely.
The Geo-wiki project works to develop a global field size dataset with the help of the public.
In a unique workshop led by drama artist Miranda Lakerveld, myths meet science and activism for finding common truths.
Merlijn Twaalfhoven, composer, musician, entrepreneur, reports back from the 2017 Alpbach-Laxenburg Group retreat.
IIASA researcher Verena Rauchenwald reports back on her experience thinking outside the box as part of a global innovation lab.
China builds on efforts to tackle particulate matter pollution after the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.
A young researcher reveals why land-grabbing is actually a misnomer for water-grabbing
Technology alone cannot solve deeply rooted relational and cultural problems: to make an impact, good ideas must reach widespread practice.
You won’t harm interest in science or trust in scientists by communicating uncertainty, you might even engage people more.
Exploring the links between extractivism and climate change mitigation.
New research finds that more highly educated people are more likely to correctly predict their survival probabilities.