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Researchers explore how citizens can become agents of environmental change
Researchers lay out first genetic history of Rome
Scientists link Neanderthal extinction to human diseases
Sex and gender analysis improves science, Stanford scholars say
Stanford poll reveals that Californians are unwilling to subsidize wildfire prevention
Researchers find rice yields plummet and arsenic rises in future climate-soil scenarios
Stanford increasing access to 3D modeling through touch-based display
Anderson Collection at Stanford University announces acquisition of two major works by Pollock, de Kooning
Researchers help tomato plants repel pathogens with a ‘vaccine’ to boost their chemical defense systems
Walter G. Vincenti, engineer who helped make supersonic flight possible, dead at 102
Researchers develop a stress test to separate tough bacteria from tender
VPR Distinguished Lecture to focus on process of rapid evolution
Young children have intuitions of great teachers, Stanford researchers find
When it comes to teaching science, culture and language matter, Stanford education scholar says
Interactive map developed by Stanford researchers shows nature’s contributions to people
Stanford University announces collaboration with Sundance Institute New Frontier Lab Programs designed to heighten creative visibility in underrepresented sectors
Researchers identify proteins in archaea that could help gauge ancient ocean temperatures
Stanford chemist develop ‘infrared vision’ for cancer immunotherapy
Stanford psychologists show leading with flavor encourages healthy eating
Stanford releases annual financial results for investment return, endowment
Researchers have developed a gel-like fluid to prevent wildfires
Researchers discuss changes to Endangered Species Act
Researchers find lead in turmeric
School poverty – not racial composition – limits educational opportunity, according to new research at Stanford
New incubator to fuel life science innovation in Stanford Research Park
New route to carbon-neutral fuels from carbon dioxide discovered by Stanford-DTU team
Researchers offer a practical guide to planning and achieving green growth
Promising mobile technologies find methane leaks quickly, Stanford/EDF study finds
Researchers show satellite data can reveal fire susceptibility in peatlands
Researchers investigate obstacles to disease eradication
Researchers use vintage film to show Thwaites Glacier ice shelf in Antarctica melting faster than previously observed
Tight housing, immigration are shifting pressure onto Seattle’s black neighborhoods, Stanford sociologist finds
Native approaches to fire management could revitalize communities, Stanford researchers find
Stanford chemists discover water microdroplets spontaneously produce hydrogen peroxide
New coating developed by Stanford researchers brings lithium metal battery closer to reality
Michael Grätzel tops new ranking of scientists
Researchers find smart faucets could aid in water conservation
Researchers create new way of finding potential treatments for citrus greening
Stanford builds a heat shield just 10 atoms thick to protect electronic devices
Stanford engineers have developed wireless sensors that stick to skin to track our health
University of Sydney ranks among world’s top 100
Venture capital funds led by people of color face more bias better they perform, Stanford researchers find
Stanford-led study gauges trees’ potential to slow global warming in future
Adding mental health specialists to primary care clinics boosts vets’ access to outpatient services
Researchers, including a Stanford epidemiologist, prove a simple device can reduce rates of child diarrhea
Researchers design a light-trapping, color-converting crystal
Researchers study birds to improve how robots land
Cigarettes with pro-environment marketing perceived as less harmful, Stanford study finds