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  • Pew Scholar Leads the Search for Ebola Solutions

    As the Ebola case count approaches 10,000 worldwide, 1991 Pew scholar Ian Lipkin is devising approaches to stop the virus’ spread. Lipkin, who directs the Center for Infection and Immunity at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, leads a design challenge to develop low-cost, technology-driven solutions to Ebola. Beginning Oct. 2, all... Read More

  • Heading Home, but Much Work Remains

    ABOARD THE RESEARCH VESSEL BRAVEHEART—Our expedition to sample marine life in the waters around the Austral and Gambier islands of French Polynesia has drawn to a close, and we are headed back to New Zealand—but the work is far from over. Read More

  • Michigan's Manufacturing Heritage Helps Fuel Wind Power

    Michigan has capitalized on more than a century of innovation and manufacturing expertise in the automotive industry to build its clean energy economy. New research from The Pew Charitable Trusts finds that policy—coupled with the state’s infrastructure and technological know-how, skilled workforce, and export markets in port cities along the Great Lakes—helped Michigan attract... Read More

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