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New research examines the potential impacts of climate change on water quality in tropical reservoirs
In a new study, scientists including DRI’s Erick Bandala, Ph.D., address how a warming climate alter water quality in tropical reservoirs. Continue Reading New research examines the potential impacts of climate change on water quality in tropical reservoirs
Scientists have sought to understand the conditions that led to the Great Barrier Reef’s formation. A new study claims to have the answer. Continue Reading Scientists Uncover Conditions Key to Formation of the Great Barrier Reef
Research Professor Jim Hudson, Ph.D., DRI’s longest-serving employee, recently retired from DRI after 51 years studying cloud physics. Continue Reading Jim Hudson: Celebrating a Career in Cloud Physics
Footprints Claimed as Evidence of Ice Age Humans in North America Need Better Dating, New Research Shows
Recent research claimed that preserved footprints were from the last ice age. Now, a new study disputes the evidence of such an early age. Continue Reading Footprints Claimed as Evidence of Ice Age Humans in North America Need Better Dating, New Research Shows
Most Americans report experiencing at least one childhood trauma and these experiences have significant impacts on our health as adults. Continue Reading Childhood Traumas Strongly Impact Both Mental and Physical Health
DRI Recognizes Lily Hahn as the 2022 Peter B. Wagner Memorial Award-Winner for Women in Atmospheric Sciences
The 24th annual Peter B. Wagner Memorial Award for Women in Atmospheric Sciences has been awarded to Lily Hahn. Continue Reading DRI Recognizes Lily Hahn as the 2022 Peter B. Wagner Memorial Award-Winner for Women in Atmospheric Sciences
Some tested private wells in Nevada are contaminated with levels of heavy metals that exceed federal, state or health-based guidelines. Continue Reading Elevated levels of arsenic and other metals found in Nevada’s private wells
Desert Research Institute (DRI) is excited to welcome Emily McDonald-Williams as its STEM Education Program Manager. Continue Reading DRI Welcomes Emily McDonald-Williams as STEM Education Program Manager
To build a strong STEM workforce in Nevada, Nevada Gold Mines and Nevada Robotics are bringing STEM Education to schools across the state. Continue Reading Nevada Gold Mines Supports DRI’s Nevada Robotics STEM Education Programs
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