Science

With nearly $10 billion in construction expected over the next five years (in addition to the $4.2 billion spent over the last five), New York City is in the midst of a higher education building boom being led by investment in science and technology
Jan 2, 2014   The Wall Street Journal
Break out the Bunsen burner: Ric Stephens has broken down the science of city planning into this handy chart of elements. Exclusive
May 6, 2010  By Ric Stephens
Resilience science has typically been applied to ecosystems. But now, scientists are starting to look at how it relates to cities.
Feb 18, 2010   Seed
Plans to build a group of villages near science and biotech office parks in Maryland could help the area secure federal light rail funding.
Oct 28, 2009   The Washington Post
We're sorry to be buzz kills. But we've heard this one before. Like in 1990. And 1910. Do the automakers have the juice this time?
May 25, 2009   Salon.com
Nobel laureate and new Energy Secretary Dr. Steven Chu is interviewed on what it will take to solve the climate change crisis - three major technological improvements plus carbon pricing. While no fan of coal, he acknowledges improvements are needed.
Feb 16, 2009   The New York Times
<p>A team of researchers has shown that in urban landscapes -- such as in the cracks of sidewalks -- plant species must evolve their reproduction habits to stay alive.</p>
Mar 8, 2008   MSNBC