Professor Rinata Kazak of Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University in Ukraine delivered a presentation at the Columbia Law School about the inclusion of ecocide in domestic and international law.
On Friday, Columbia Astronomy Public Outreach hosted a public lecture led by PhD candidate Jennifer Mead to share how astronomers unearth the secrets of dead stars, and how new ones emerge from their ashes. Enjoy a little astronomy trivia game at the end of our article!
Five leaders, authors, and organizers who are working towards renewable energy systems for New York City spoke about their efforts this Tuesday in a panel co-sponsored by the Architecture, Environmental Science, and Urban Studies departments.
Last Wednesday, Bwog Writer Jessica Weinfeld attended the seminar “Innovation in Neurotechnology, Innovation in Governance?” where four speakers gave talks on the intersection of neurotechnology and government regulation.
On Friday, Staff Writers Peyton Goodman and Shaina Sahu attended a seminar held by Columbia University’s Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory on the applications of machine learning in the ocean sciences.
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On Monday, New York Times climate journalist Raymond Zhong sat down with Professor Claudia Dreifus of the Columbia University School of Professional Studies to talk about his work and process.
On Wednesday, the Columbia Climate School hosted an event at the Forum analyzing the legacy of Dr. Oppenheimer’s work and nuclear warfare and energy in the broader world.
On Wednesday, the Columbia University Department of Anthropology hosted a seminar led by Dr. Kriti Kapila about the anthropological questions surrounding the new age of Indian digitalization.
Last Tuesday, the Columbia Climate School hosted Dr. Alex de Sherbinin, Dr. Kristina G. Douglass, and Dr. Radley Horton for a conversation moderated by Jeffrey Schlegelmilch on climate change, climate disasters, and how to move forward.