SEC will consider climate disclosure rules for US companies on March 21 – it's already facing threats of lawsuits

Some investors want publicly traded companies to disclose their full climate impact, including emissions from their supply chains and product use.

William M. Manson, Law Student, Penn State • conversation
March 7, 2022 ~9 min

SEC is considering climate disclosure rules for US companies – and facing threats of lawsuits

Some investors want publicly traded companies to disclose their full climate impact, including emissions from their supply chains and product use.

William M. Manson, Law Student, Penn State • conversation
March 7, 2022 ~9 min


SEC is considering climate disclosure rules for U.S. companies – and facing threats of lawsuits

Some investors want publicly traded companies to disclose their full climate impact, including emissions from their supply chains and product use.

William M. Manson, Law Student, Penn State • conversation
March 7, 2022 ~9 min

New industry collaboration to study cryptocurrencies and other digital assets

Multi-year Cambridge Digital Assets Programme launched with 16 institutional research collaborators to create open-access datasets and tools to inform digital

Cambridge University News • cambridge
March 1, 2022 ~4 min

New book highlights how small biotech companies are outperforming big pharma

Biotech firms have developed nearly 40% more of key treatments for unmet medical needs, says a new book co-authored by Cambridge researchers.

Cambridge University News • cambridge
Feb. 14, 2022 ~2 min

Lower rate of immigrant entrepreneurs where January’s cold

In states where the temperature plummets in January, immigrants are less likely to own their own businesses, research finds.

Liz Goodfellow-Futurity • futurity
Jan. 6, 2022 ~8 min

During a COVID-19 surge, ‘crisis standards of care’ involve excruciating choices and impossible ethical decisions for hospital staff

A physician-bioethicist reflects on how health professionals are yet again facing painful reminders of the early months of the pandemic.

Matthew Wynia, Director of the Center for Bioethics and Humanities, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus • conversation
Dec. 22, 2021 ~11 min

Q&A: David Autor on the long afterlife of the “China shock”

MIT economist’s new research shows U.S. locales hammered by open trade with China have not rebounded, even a decade or more later.

Peter Dizikes | MIT News Office • mit
Dec. 6, 2021 ~9 min


How long will the supply chain crunch last?

An expert explains when the current supply chain problems might end and how the current crisis has been years and years in the making.

Sara Savat-WUSTL • futurity
Nov. 17, 2021 ~10 min

Secondhand clothing is big business, but is it truly green?

ThredUp says the secondhand clothing market could exceed $50 billion in revenue by 2023. What's the most sustainable way to do business?

Matthew Biddle-Buffalo • futurity
Nov. 15, 2021 ~5 min

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