IIASA Young Summer Scientists Program Blog
Behavior change starts with a home-cooked meal: Abhishek Kar’s YSSP research explores how LPG can save lives in rural India
The young scientist talks about his research project on the interface between moral philosophy and risk management.
Sepo Hachigonta, once a YSSP participant himself, shares the inspiration behind the recently released book “Systems Analysis for Complex Global Challenges,” the intellectual legacy of generations of IIASA and South African YSSP alums.
In 2017, Cecile Godde participated in both the IIASA Young Scientists Summer Program (YSSP) and Homeward Bound, a scientific leadership program that culminated in a trip to Antarctica. Here, she writes about her experiences.
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.
With the water crisis worsening every year, Mexico City needs to find a solution before it runs out of water completely.
A young researcher reveals why land-grabbing is actually a misnomer for water-grabbing
An oil spill could cause irreversible damage to Arctic wildlife, even altering world populations of the more vulnerable species
Findings from a new study links spread of invasive species to global trade and transport development.