Sophomore College Alaska immerses Stanford students in the ecology, economics and awesome scenery of the Last Frontier.
Cybersecurity innovators Martin Hellman and Whitfield Diffie win prestigious Turing Award for work that enabled a secure Internet.
Testing the limits with an autonomous car, Stanford engineering students seek to make cars and driving safer at highway speeds.
Graduate scholarship program, named for philanthropist Philip Knight and Stanford President John Hennessy, to prepare the next generation of global leaders.
Stanford's Philosophy Department trains the leaders and thinkers whose great ideas may change the world.
Cash aid to households is most effective in reducing insurgency threats, Stanford research shows.
It could give GOP a chance to consider alternative candidates, Stanford political scientist says.
Stanford scientists use plant waste to create green alternative to petroleum-based bottles.
Stanford is celebrating 125 years of impact in people's lives and around the world.
Jordan Burgess (women's volleyball), BJ Churnside (men's water polo), Aisling Cuffe (women's cross country) and Ty Thompson (men's soccer) received NCAA postgraduate scholarships for their outstanding academic and athletic achievements.
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