Category: Science

Report: More Effort Needed to Include Disabled Population in Climate Policies

The Disability Inclusive Climate Action Research Program at McGill University and the International Disability Alliance have released a new report, Disability Inclusion in National Climate Commitments and Policies. Released during negotiations at the Bonn Climate Change Conference and a few days before the start of the 15th session of...

NOAA: By 2050, U.S. Coastline Sea Level Expected to Rise 10-12 Inches

Sea levels along the United States coastline are expected to rise dramatically by the year 2050, according to a newly published report by NOAA, in cooperation with six other federal agencies. The U.S. is expected to experience as much sea level rise by the year 2050 as it has...

Clark Rucker Helps Others Engineer Careers, Guides Saturday’s STEAMposium

The fifth annual Career STEAMposium event takes place on Saturday, but the impact of the interactive technology and arts event could bring a lifetime of change for young people, said Boeing’s Clark D. Rucker. Rucker is a primary powerhouse behind the STEAMposium¬†on March 20, a virtual interactive event which...

Starburst and UCLA Awarded $1.4 Million Grant to Support New Aerospace Accelerator

Starburst and UCLA have been awarded a 2020 Venture Challenge grant of $1.4 million by the U.S. Economic Development Administration to create a new accelerator for pre-seed and seed stage startups, it was announced. The new collaborative accelerator, called SCALE Aerospace Ventures, is an expansion of Starburst’s presence in...