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  1. From protecting loved ones to supporting communities, four Stanford physicians share why they chose to get the .

  2. "Infrastructure is at the nexus of greenhouse gas mitigation, climate change adaptation and environmental justice." - Prof. Noah Diffenbaugh 

  3. Apr 27

    Five Stanford faculty are among the newest members of an organization created in 1863 to advise the nation on issues related to science and technology.

  4. Apr 26

    Researchers examined 14,000 genetic differences between modern humans and our most recent ancestors at a new level of detail. They found that differences in gene activation – not just genetic code – could underlie evolution of the brain and vocal tract.

  5. Apr 26

    . researchers have demonstrated in mice a way to make wounds heal with normal skin instead of scar tissue.

  6. Apr 25

    A new optical device allows engineers to change the frequencies of individual photons.

  7. Apr 25

    A new, six-volume set edited by Stanford English Professor Margaret Cohen explores the cultural history of Earth’s oceans from antiquity to the modern era.

  8. Apr 25

    Efforts to prevent human exposure to asbestos may be mobilizing the cancer-causing mineral so that it can reach water supplies, new research shows.

  9. Apr 23

    Ten Stanford faculty have been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of the country’s oldest and most prestigious honorary learned societies.

  10. Apr 23

    In lab tests, researchers found that an optimized ankle exoskeleton system increased participants’ walking speed by about 40 percent.

  11. Apr 23

    On May 12, Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne joins the to talk about the promise of universities in the post-COVID world.

  12. Apr 22

    "They're just a little bit like God would play marbles." In Alicja Kwade’s new installation, twelve stone globes scattered across the Science and Engineering Quad resemble a galaxy of small planets, as if the cosmos had been laid down at our feet.

  13. Apr 21

    Stanford Medicine strongly supports the use of face masks to control the spread of COVID-19.

  14. Apr 21

    Congratulations to Stanford junior James Kanoff, who will receive a 2021 Citizen Honors Service Award for cofounding . The organization has delivered 30+ million pounds of agricultural surplus to food banks during the pandemic.

  15. Apr 21

    Stanford is celebrating Earth Day with a week of virtual events and is looking ahead to additional ways the campus can reach ambitious net-zero emissions goals, including tackling emissions from campus food, goods, travel and investments.

  16. Apr 21

    Good news: We will be able to celebrate Commencement 2021 together in Stanford Stadium! To ensure necessary social distancing, two ceremonies will be held — one for advanced-degree recipients on Saturday, June 12 and one for graduating seniors on Sunday, June 13.

  17. Apr 19

    Monitoring environmental compliance is a particular challenge for governments in poor countries. A new machine learning approach could provide a low-cost solution.

  18. Apr 19

    Stanford's art museums reopen to the public at 25% capacity on April 21! Reserve free timed tickets here:

  19. Apr 19

    Cell movement – a process central to cancer metastasis – is typically studied on rigid materials. But it plays out differently on the “viscoelastic” surfaces that mimic biological tissues, researchers have found.

  20. Apr 16

    Stanford Seed enlists alumni, faculty, students, and staff to help companies in emerging economies expand their businesses — all with the goal of creating jobs and lifting people out of poverty.


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