► Congrats to PhD candidate, Katie Overbey, who placed second in the 3MT Competition! ► This month's cover of Nature Energy goes to PhD candidate Elina Spyrou and Professor Ben Hobbs, et. al., who developed a framework for planning electricity system expansion under uncertainty in fragile and conflict-affected states and applied it to South Sudan. Read the article.
E-cigarettes, Juuls and Heat-Not-Burn Devices: The Science and Regulation of Vaping
E-cigarettes can help some people quit smoking but may entice others to start. So how should they be regulated?Learn More
China’s Regulations Unsuccessful in Curbing Methane Emissions
Despite tough regulations on gas releases from coal mines, methane emissions increased each year from 2010 to 2015, study finds.Learn More
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