A new battery made from affordable and durable materials generates energy from places where salt and fresh waters mingle. The technology could make... Read More
July 24, 2019 | Stanford School of Engineering
The design of many buildings contributes to depression, stress, poor health and absenteeism. A new project aims to change that by brining the... Read More
July 24, 2019 | Natural Capital Project
New model provides path to bringing benefits to more people by incorporating nature into urban design.
Stanford human rights experts, engineers, economists, geologists, marine biologists and others soon will collaborate on finding new ways to combat... Read More
July 18, 2019 | Center for Ocean Solutions
Not many academics can say they have been mistaken for a spy. It happened to Eric Lambin in 1987 during his dissertation field research in the West... Read More
July 9, 2019 | Center for Ocean Solutions
Illegal fishing robs nations of approximately $23 billion annually, while undermining legal fisheries management and industry practices.
July 8, 2019 | Stanford School of Engineering
The discovery of an eco-friendly form of genetic engineering for plants has the potential to open up more farmland for food production.
July 7, 2019 | Center for Ocean Solutions
Restoring ecological interactions may hold the key to poverty alleviation and disease reduction in Sub-Saharan Africa, a new study finds.