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February 05, 2024

Can the carbon problem be solved?

Do engineering students think the carbon problem can be solved? If so, how? Stevens students offer their opinions and tech solutions, ranging from wind to hydrogen to nuclear energy. All agree on one thing: It will take an enormous amount of work and collaboration.

January 31, 2024

AI health tech aims to fix health problems you didn't know you had

In this piece on the impact of AI in health technology, Stevens' Samantha Kleinberg emphasizes the vital role of user engagement and context in interpreting AI-generated health data. Kleinberg underscores that the effectiveness of AI in promoting health relies on users actively leveraging the insights provided by these tools.

January 29, 2024

How Christopher Nolan found intimacy on a grand scale

Christopher Nolan's film Oppenheimer reignited global discussions on nuclear weapons and political-science intersections. In this TIME piece, Stevens historian Alex Wellerstein contributes to the historical analysis of Oppenheimer's complex character.


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