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pika
As climate change drives mountain-dwelling pikas to higher altitudes, the animals can dial certain genes up or down to make the most of their cooler... Read More
bubbles in ocean
Stanford researchers uncover startling insights into how human-generated carbon dioxide could reshape oceans.
smokestacks and wind turbines
Renewable energy capacity has hit record levels and global coal use may have already peaked. But the world's carbon dioxide emissions from fossil... Read More
solar panels
A second solar-generating plant, to be built in the next three years, will complete the university’s transition to clean power and further shrink... Read More
woman in VR goggles
Stanford researchers took a virtual reality experience into a variety of educational settings, including high school classrooms, to test the impact... Read More
While carrying out scientific research in forest ecology, Stanford’s Lauren Oakes found stories of hope by immersing herself in local communities. In... Read More
cracked soil and wilted corn plant
Odds are rising that warm, dry conditions – the kind that can hurt crop yields, destabilize food prices and exacerbate wildfires – will strike... Read More
fire destruction in San Diego neighborhood
The 2018 fire season in California gave Stanford experts much to think about, including how the state can develop better policies for preventing... Read More
Over the last half-century, Canada’s Peace-Athabasca Delta has been slowly drying. A new study shows this loss of habitat is likely responsible for... Read More

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