Could buildings imitate living organisms? Negin Imani has created a tool translating natural thermoregulation strategies into architectural solutions.
A recent study focusing on "the L.A. megacity" found that urban greenery added a small unexpected amount to the region's overall output of carbon dioxide.
Import of millions of tons of cereal and meat every year undermines EU agricultural standards.
Texas A&M researchers are part of a team studying a promising column design strategy.
Space technologies and satellite applications are poised to power green economic development in Europe in the coming years, creating jobs and boosting prosperity.
Research shows that as small, rural gateway communities grow, they tend to experience a suite of big city problems, like housing affordability and transportation issues.
When people imagine “new materials,” they typically think of chemistry. But UConn physicist Ilya Sochnikov has another suggestion: mechanics.
They identified 32 transportation-related risk factors that affect health.
Texas A&M landscape architecture professor Galen Newman is seeking solutions to devastating flood events.
A Texas A&M sport ecology expert says leagues, teams and fans can all benefit from promoting environmental sustainability.
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