Holden Thorp Named Editor-in-Chief of the Science Family of Journals
Photo credit: The chemist, entrepreneur and former provost of Washington University in St. Louis has been named the 21st editor-in-chief of Science. His term will begin on October 28, 2019.
Drying Atmosphere Spurs Decline in Vegetation Growth
Photo credit: Global vegetation growth has stalled in the past two decades because of a long-term deficit in atmospheric water content, according to a new analysis.
Scientific Seminars Equip Judges to Counter Opioid Crisis
Photo credit: AAAS Lectures Explore Neuroscience of Addiction, Evidence-Based Responses, and More
Pacific Division Meeting Focuses on Local Impacts of Climate Change
Photo credit: Scientists and citizens discussed how climate change is impacting everything from tourism to agriculture in the Pacific Northwest.
Spy Satellites Reveal Himalayan Ice Loss Has Doubled Since 2000
Photo credit: The analysis indicates that glaciers have been losing the equivalent of more than a vertical foot and half of ice each year since 2000.
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