17 Goals to Preserve and Cherish the Pale Blue Dot
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17 Goals to Transform Our World
Dan Zenowich, NYAS Contributor
The evolution of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Scientists Step Into New Roles To End Poverty
Charles Ward, NYAS Contributor
How economic development provides a key to ending poverty and reducing inequalities.
Good Health, From the Ground Up
Hallie Kapner, NYAS Contributor
Researchers are looking at cultivating sustainable new food sources to reduce hunger and promote good health and well-being.
Science and the City
Alan Dove, PhD, NYAS Contributor; Robert Birchard, NYAS Staff; Mandy Carr, NYAS Staff; and Lori Greene, NYAS Contributor
Cities present promising opportunities to make urban development more sustainable.
Tech's Messy Challenge: Finding the Rx for Global E-Waste
Charles Cooper, NYAS Contributor
A look at the growing problem of technology waste.
New York Academy of Sciences Talent Showcase
Meet the rising scientific stars taking center stage at the 2018 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in Israel and in the United Kingdom.
The Innovators In Science Award Honorees Are Breaking New Ground In Neuroscience
Ann Griswold, NYAS Contributor
Learn more about the cutting edge in neuroscience research from the early career and senior scientists recognized by Takeda Pharmaceutical's Innovators in Science Award.
The Last Word
Despite what you may see in the news, there are lots of good reasons to be optimistic about the future.
Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space
"Like it or not, for the moment the Earth is where we make our stand."
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