Our Ph.D. student, Lin Meng, was selected as the Grand Prize winner of the Science & SciLife Lab Prize for Young Scientists this year.
This prize is organized by Science magazine/SciLifeLab/AAAS, awarding the best PhD thesis work in life science. This prize is awarded annually to four young scientists across the globe, and then one Grand winner is selected among them. Her award essay Green with Phenology was published in Science
Eyes in the Sky Improve Pollen Tracking
Heat trapped in urban areas tricks trees into thinking spring has arrived earlier
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Lin Meng, geology Ph.D. candidate, wins 2019 FINESST award from NASA
Dr. Yuyu Zhou honored with LAS Dean’s Emerging Faculty Leaders award
New project to predict energy impact of heat and drought
New coauthored paper ("Global scenarios of urban density and its impacts on building energy use through 2050") was published on Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences!
BBC news: Urbanisation signal detected in evolution, study shows
New coauthored paper ("Global urban signatures of phenotypic change in animal and plant populations") was published on Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences!
New paper ("Response of vegetation phenology to urbanization in the conterminous United States") was published on Global Change Biology!
Nightlight map shows city extent!
Comprehensive View of Global Potential for Hydro-Generated Electricity!
Nighttime view of Earth reveals size of urban sprawl!