Jessica Jewell and her colleagues respond to the online debate surrounding their recent paper in Nature.
An analysis by IIASA researchers suggests that the energy-increasing effect of lowering inequality is more of a distraction than a concern.
Dilek Yildiz explains how using social media data in social science research could provide insights into attitudes, behavior, social linkages and interactions between individuals.
What inspires investment in a foreign country?
Hannu Halinen reflects on the progress of the IIASA Arctic Futures Initiative, which partnered with the Arctic Circle this year.
Peter Havlik explores why some Eurasian countries have not proven particularly attractive for foreign investors.
Nemi Vora reports back on discussing how international mentoring can help address worldwide inequalities.
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.