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Infographic – Australia’s Wildfires Eclipse Others

Chart- Australia's wildfires

Statista put together a chart this week comparing Australia’s fires in size to other recent wildfire outbreaks, our infographic for this weekend. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Australia’s Wildfires Eclipse Others

High Innovation in Rural Regions, Not Just Cities

Farm near mountains

An analysis of supply-chain interactions by businesses in the U.S. shows many more areas of the country create better products and processes than previously believed. . . . → Read More: High Innovation in Rural Regions, Not Just Cities

Infographic – Biotech Index Zooms to New High

NBI chart

Since October, the Nasdaq Biotechnology Index rose steadily to a new high for the year, as shown in this weekend’s infographic. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Biotech Index Zooms to New High

Climate Action Cost Accounting Standard Proposed

Climate change skyline

A new paper proposes an accounting standard that would require private companies to spell out their costs of meeting net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. . . . → Read More: Climate Action Cost Accounting Standard Proposed

Infographic – China Top Country for Science Journal Papers

Chart: scientific publications

China now leads all other countries in the sheer output of papers in peer-reviewed scientific journals, according to data from National Science Foundation. . . . → Read More: Infographic – China Top Country for Science Journal Papers

Report – U.S. Needs Regional Technology Centers

Rochester, New York

Growth patterns in the U.S. show a concentration of technology development in a few cities, with new policies and investments needed to encourage innovation elsewhere. . . . → Read More: Report – U.S. Needs Regional Technology Centers

Infographic – Most in US Say Climate Change Affects Them

U.S. opinions on climate change

A solid majority of Americans now says that climate change affects their communities, a finding that could affect future state and federal public policies. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Most in US Say Climate Change Affects Them

University Opens Geothermal Entrepreneurship Center

Geothermal energy plant

A federally-funded research and entrepreneurship center is underway to adapt and commercialize geothermal energy technologies from the oil and gas industry. . . . → Read More: University Opens Geothermal Entrepreneurship Center

Infographic – Manufacturing Declines Worldwide

Chart: Global manufacturing

The chart shows declines in manufacturing as a percentage of GDP taking place in China, Germany, Japan, the U.K., India. and the U.S. . . . → Read More: Infographic – Manufacturing Declines Worldwide

Infographic – China Remains Top U.S. Student Source

Chart: international students

China continues to provide the largest number of international students on American campuses, sending more than 369,000 of its citizens, an increase of almost 2 percent over the previous year. . . . → Read More: Infographic – China Remains Top U.S. Student Source