Doctoral students in the Class of 2018 encouraged to apply for Argonne Fermi Fellowship. Applications due 10/16/17. Apply here.
“Our prairie sites are an opportunity to help especially [our] urban community better understand that biodiversity isn’t just something that’s off in the Amazon, or in coral reefs, but that there’s really significant biodiversity around us,” says John Legge, Chicago…
Lake Michigan and the Great Lakes contain one-fifth of world’s surface fresh water – 6 quadrillion gallons of it. But is Chicago an aquatic paradise, immune to worldwide water shortages that are accelerating with global warming? Read more here.
Taiwan has faced water shortages for decades – and the Chicago area may face them within the next 20 years. Read more here.
Check out our NAISE undergraduate researchers blog here.
NAISE Fellow, Peter Larsen to present at August 14th event “Cell Cognition and Intercellular Communication” hosted by Northwestern’s Institute for Cellular Technologies.
Air quality tracker for Chicago to roll out city-wide.
New urban-scale smart city technology acts as a fitness tracker for livability
For high-performance computing’s next wave, today’s humble operating system will have to assume new roles in synchronizing and coordinating tasks. Argo: OS for exascale
William Miller presents his mini-sabbatical research: to instrument, monitor, and model ecosystem services provided by the Indian Boundary Prairies (IBP; high-quality remnant prairies owned by The Nature Conservancy and Northeastern Illinois University) in Markham, IL.