Najam Interviewed on First Images from James Webb Telescope
Professor Najam says not only are some of the most exciting questions about the beginning of life now closer to being answered, but questions about the future of life that we have not even imagined yet will now begin coming into focus.
GDP Center Researchers Examine Legal Fees Associated With Climate Adaptation Efforts
The researchers find legal claims from oil and gas investors in response to government actions to limit fossil fuels could reach $340 billion, which would divert critical public finance from essential mitigation and adaptation efforts to the pockets of fossil fuel industry investors.
Klinger in Science on Rare Earth Elements
Prof. Julie Klinger discusses how the potential closure of the Lynas Advanced Materials Plant in Malaysia could affect the high tech industry’s supply of rare earth elements.
Selin Co-Authors Article on Mercury Science and Policy
Prof. Henrik Selin co-authored a journal article exploring how mercury science can inform global policy.
Mudarri Initiative Hosts Talk on Arabic Scientific Thought
Prof. George Saliba discussed how scientific thought developed by Arab and Islamic societies was later adopted by Renaissance scientists.
Najam Presents at SP3C Climate Conference
Adil Najam presented at multiple panels during the Science-Policy Conference on Climate Change in Pakistan, held in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Najam Speaks at Harvard Panel on Technology and Climate Change
Dean Adil Najam spoke as part of a panel on the politics of science and technology in the face of climate change.
Task Force Calls for Reviving Universities of Muslim World
The high-level Task Force, which included Dean Adil Najam, calls for a revival of science education in the Muslim world.
VIDEO: On the Importance of Good Teaching
Dean Adil Najam believes that universities in the Islamic world needed better teaching in the sciences to foster better research.