In The News EVP
Localized irrigation systems, when made affordable through financing, have potential to grow food, economies and development in Africa, researchers find
By Jennifer Burney,
"Dig deep" to avoid naturally occurring arsenic contamination has been promoted as an answer to obtaining safe water in South Asia, which has experienced mass water poisoning. But arsenic has been found in numerous deep...
Quotes Senior Fellow Dick Luthy on an innovative approach to producing more drinking water in Silicon Valley - from a controversial source: wastewater
By Amy Standen,
Discusses water infrastructure study that received support from the Stanford Woods Institute's Environmental Venture Projects program
By Pramila Krishnan,
Quotes Cenior Fellow David Lobell, who is associate director of the Center for Food Security and the Environment at Stanford
By John Roach,
New analysis pokes holes in widely accepted theory that connects biodiversity abundance with a reduced disease risk for humans.
By Rob Jordan,
Postdoctoral scholar Yaniv Scherson named to list of rising energy-sector stars for work – started through Woods's Environmental Venture Projects program – to create electricity from sewage.
By Christopher Helman,
The Kelp Forest Array, located just offshore of Stanford's Hopkins Marine Station, will provide the Power and real-time data access scientists need to monitor the effects of climate change on the California coast.
By Max McClure,
Biodegradable plastics project with Stanford Woods Institute roots wins international award.
By Rob Jordan
A group led by Stanford PhD student Yaniv Scherson and advised by Stanford Woods Institute Senior Fellow Craig Criddle won a U.S. Department of Energy regional competition with a new process that removes nitrogen from...
By Rob Jordan,
In the fight against child mortality in the developing world, simple things make a big difference. A new study by Stanford researchers published by the journal Environmental Science and Technology shows that decreasing...
By Andrew Myers,